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Re: cairo backend status

From: Rogelio Serrano
Subject: Re: cairo backend status
Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2006 16:42:39 +0800

On 8/16/06, Markus Hitter <address@hidden> wrote:

Am 16.08.2006 um 09:06 schrieb Rogelio Serrano:

> Well linuxbios can fix that.

It can't. Shutting down a machine includes shutting down all apps,
which in turn includes closing all documents. There are plenty
situations you can't restore after a reboot: dynamic web pages or
"running" servers, as examples.

Of course. But they dont matter for me. If the apps can do regular
checkpointing then the system will remember where i was. Applications
dont matter to me anymore. all i want to see are documents. when i log
in i want to see the document im working on yesterady. when i look for
the document about the email search optimisiations then i get that
right away without rememebering if it was an email or not.

The architecture must be turned upside down.

> i also hate sleep states because of major acpi brain damage.

"ACPI"? What's that?

Advanced Configuration and Power Interface. Thats what handles all
these sleep states. I dont know about apple though. Maybe they have a
better system. Judging from your high regard for apple sleep states.

things i hate about my linux pc:

1. it takes more than a second to boot up
2. keeps asking about filenames and directories
3. does not remember what i was working on yesterday
4. does not remember all the changes i have ever made
5.cannot figure out necessary settings by itself

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