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  1. Arch with Awesome launchs at less than 48MB of...

    Arch with Awesome launchs at less than 48MB of RAM.
    And compare:
    apt-get install
    vs
    pacman -S
    it is just faster out of the box by 4 letters - about 1 sec of speed gain, at least for me. =)...
  2. Yeah, author got in the trap. Arch is faster...

    Yeah, author got in the trap. Arch is faster because it is simple and easy, it lets solve your problems faster, and contains tons of working stuff in aur. Distros like Fedora and Ubuntu are too...
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    AMD RIP... Seriously, Linux could be last hope...

    AMD RIP... Seriously, Linux could be last hope with their architrectural improvisations. But now they mean no Android phones or tablets, no servers... ? Seriously? It's one way to escape from...
  4. hah, i have tried intel code composer studio...

    hah, i have tried intel code composer studio once. Thats lolware.
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    it doesnt support gpgpu?

    it doesnt support gpgpu?
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    ... nobody cares. Canonical can do everything...

    ... nobody cares.
    Canonical can do everything they want while their work is open-sourced. So sentences like "it's slower than windows 7" are inconsistent - these products are too different to...
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    ARMA2 is flashpoint clone? looks worse than some...

    ARMA2 is flashpoint clone? looks worse than some open source games, actually. Setting is terrible. Why not WW3, why they ressurect USSR's corpse? Flashpoint was good, but that local conflicts are...
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    1) Use livecd, if you have only windows...

    1) Use livecd, if you have only windows installed.
    2) Use livecd.
    3) Guess that? :)
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    May be keeping things small is a good idea. I...

    May be keeping things small is a good idea. I hate big numbers too :)
    Great job, anyway!
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    tsshhhh, we have no 3d editors beside Blender(R).

    tsshhhh, we have no 3d editors beside Blender(R).
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    Nonono, design of this site is perfect, i will...

    Nonono, design of this site is perfect, i will hate it with another style = )
    Compare it with dirt of tomshardware.com for example, which is full of unreadable mess. Clean design is a way to success.
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    How many people are working in Phoronix? I...

    How many people are working in Phoronix?
    I offtenly see a firm which proclaims "we" while there is only one employee, director hisself. :D
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    Why not to talk about something if you have a...

    Why not to talk about something if you have a holidays? Unlike you, in Russia we have'nt such holiday, anyway be happy and tolerant to others, please. I just don't want to read all that negative shit...
  14. Wihout AMD/ATI's open source strategy i wouldnt...

    Wihout AMD/ATI's open source strategy i wouldnt even consider to buy it :)
  15. All is good as it is. If one want to see...

    All is good as it is.
    If one want to see versions like 6.40, he should think, is it good to have versions numbered like 26.40? I see just numbers, they can tell nothing about a hard work behind the...
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    Sorry, on page...

    Sorry, on page
    http://openbenchmarking.org/vendors
    i've got an error message:
    "This page contains the following errors:
    error on line 45 at column 57: PCDATA invalid Char value 16
    Below is a...
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    _but_, after upgrading to 38.5, i had suddenly...

    _but_, after upgrading to 38.5, i had suddenly caught that "major regression" 12-13->17-18 Watts, omg. BTW, I suppose, that i successfully turned off my nvidia optimus card (according to acpi_call...
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    I had noticed this improvement too on asus k42jv...

    I had noticed this improvement too on asus k42jv i3 350 using Archlinux.
    Last time, i was able to comfortably work almost 2hrs in Matlab, on battery power.
    2.6.38.4, idle: ~12W, load: ~20-21W, with...
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