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  • #16
    Originally posted by Sidicas View Post
    Mesa 9 is absolutely critical if you're running Steam on open source drivers
    Mesa 8 and Intel have me running Half Life, HL2: deathmatch, Killing Floor, Trine 2, etc

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    • #17
      Originally posted by CthuIhux View Post
      That is a simple way to speed up the coming release for Debian, forget about the useless kFreeBSD port. No one will use it and it's draining tonnes of precious resources from the project.

      Also, kick those how suggested, starting and work on the kFreeBSD port from Debian. The project will run much better without them. Seriously.
      If you don't like it, try another distro, and don't let the door hit your ass on the way out.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by CthuIhux View Post
        That is a simple way to speed up the coming release for Debian, forget about the useless kFreeBSD port. No one will use it and it's draining tonnes of precious resources from the project.

        Also, kick those how suggested, starting and work on the kFreeBSD port from Debian. The project will run much better without them. Seriously.
        Debian has a kFreeBSD port?! I gotta look into that! THX!!

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        • #19
          Originally posted by TestingTe View Post
          Debian has a kFreeBSD port?! I gotta look into that! THX!!
          It's just the FreeBSD kernel (hence the "k"). Debian also has a GNU/Hurd "port". These "ports" are treated like CPU architecture ports from a package maintenance perspective. In other words, the packages available with kFreeBSD and Hurd are the same as those available on any other "architecture" that Debian supports, provided the packages in question have been "ported" to this architecture.

          So it's not FreeBSD at all. Just the kernel.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by uid313 View Post
            No /usr/ merge?

            Boring that new fresh Wheezy will use old GNOME 3.4, KDE 4.8, and Xfce 4.8.
            It is new stable. You are not supposed to be running stable unless you are on a server or something that simply can not be updated. The actual sad part is that unstable is been restricted to these old versions while wheezy is being readied for release.

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