"I’m using Linux. A library that emacs uses to communicate with Intel hardware."

@trickster I wouldn't call it a library, it's a very thin abstraction layer, really.

@deshipu @trickster True, a very thin layer. The Linux folks adhere to this "do one thing and do it well" slogan, which, of course you cannot apply once you rise to higher levels of abstraction. :blobpeek:

(yes, I'm a vim user) :thinkerguns:

@realTimo @trickster They used to, anyways. Nowadays systemd is taking over more and more of emacs functionality.

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