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First, PTS needs translations. Submite a *po file and the suite will be translate in every language in a matter of hours.
The "Subsystem" menu should be independent, no under "View", to be easier like that to choose the filters. Also, the subsystem filters should stay. It's irritating to unselect them evry time you install a test.
It's in 2.0, but not used by default from the CLI version. If you want to use it in the CLI version by default, add "notify_send_events" to the modules line in your ~/.phoronix-test-suite/user-config.xml
I'm a beginner of testing. I have to check some old PCs, I think I stress them a while. I want to use PTS Desktop Live. Sadly I can not change the data stored on the on the hard discs. So my question is that: If I run any I/O or local disk test, will it changed the data on the discs? I think some test does changed (damaged) the original data, in that case witch local disk test will be safe for me?
I like the idea of also benchmarking min FPS and max fps in the terms of a graph... So it shows the consistence of fps.. Sometimes for instance, the game might run at 30fps but spike to 100fps. Even though on different hardware it might run at 45fps and spike at only 65fps. Fallout 3 for instance runs faster on nvidia in terms of spikes but runs smoother on ATi due to havok hardware accel etc... So a graph showing this would be helpful.
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