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  1. Very interesting to see such a huge difference in...

    Very interesting to see such a huge difference in fps/watt, would not expect it to be this big.
  2. So supporting MORE hardware somehow reduces the...

    So supporting MORE hardware somehow reduces the value of ubuntu?
    And not an embedded distro: have you seen their *phone* plans?

    There are still some Intel Atom devices around which are 32bit....
  3. NVENC support is awesome! I tried steam in-home...

    NVENC support is awesome! I tried steam in-home streaming the other day and the experience was terrible: my desktop was software encoding and my laptop was software decoding.

    Hope that pretty soon...
  4. Have to agree with the general sentiment here:...

    Have to agree with the general sentiment here: was expecting something more than aurora with a theme and some extra FF OS tools.
  5. +1 patiently waiting to use my bluetooth headset...

    +1 patiently waiting to use my bluetooth headset with my laptop again :)
  6. Seems like a very interesting idea, and basically...

    Seems like a very interesting idea, and basically just a generalization of the existing dbus menus and mpris and whatnot specifications for exporting menus and media controls.

    I worry that the...
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    I can't speak for the gnome version but at least...

    I can't speak for the gnome version but at least the ubuntu version still shows you a tiny bar that both shows your position and acts as the hint you ask for.
  8. Wait, so Bay Trail includes two different...

    Wait, so Bay Trail includes two different hardware decoders for video?
    Wow, that's... inefficient.
  9. Again it's not monolithic. It's a separate...

    Again it's not monolithic. It's a separate binary. It's maintained as part of the systemd project, but is its separate thing. I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 which *does not use systemd as an init system*...
  10. The other day I ran smartctl on my hard drive and...

    The other day I ran smartctl on my hard drive and it pointed out that I had a Seagate hard drive with known firmware updates.

    I went to Seagate's website and found a package containing a windows...
  11. This thread could be added as an attachment to...

    This thread could be added as an attachment to his post as evidence.

    I think it's ok to be a little too honest and say "this software is a piece of shit". But it stops at the code.

    For me, I...
  12. One of those tools you hope you never have to...

    One of those tools you hope you never have to use, but when you need it, it's great. Had a 120gb hard drive that crashed, it had a 100gb partition (rest was free for a future windows install that...
  13. Never understood why they can't make it like...

    Never understood why they can't make it like nvidia and use a single version number which you can map to the release stream.
  14. TL;DR: It's all fun and games until you ask for...

    TL;DR: It's all fun and games until you ask for other people's money.
  15. It's not about being dicks or the "mainstream...

    It's not about being dicks or the "mainstream audience" not liking it.

    Opensource enables you to do what you dream of in your corner, building off an excelent base that the community provides. And...
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    driconf is just a gui for a config file...

    driconf is just a gui for a config file generator, just use it to set the options and clone the config file and you don't need driconf anymore.
  17. Yeah, keeping the same socket while upgrading the...

    Yeah, keeping the same socket while upgrading the cpu is a very cool feature from AMD.

    But considering the performance and power draw, it's hardly worth it. Honestly, (and VERY VERY...
  18. Still wishing for some DotA2 testing (time demo...

    Still wishing for some DotA2 testing (time demo or something)!

    It really stresses the Source engine in a whole different way.
  19. That seems very weird. My own experience with a...

    That seems very weird. My own experience with a 3x4TB zfs which spend most of the time turned off (are for backups and other long-term storage) had no issues at all so far. I even did a test rebuild...
  20. Thanks for all the answers! I think I'll stick...

    Thanks for all the answers!

    I think I'll stick with ext4 for my machines for a bit longer, still. I find the idea of snapshots and compression interesting, but without proper space management by...
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