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    I think these points really illustrate why...

    I think these points really illustrate why languages like python are popular.
    A sloppily written C++ program that performs better, but has memory leaks and crashes after a week, is not as good as a...
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    I disagree that it was "misleading" to mention...

    I disagree that it was "misleading" to mention Nuitka, and here's why:

    Yes, compatibility has been the focus over raw speed, but there has been plenty of focus on speed as well. Read the...
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    Probably, yes. I haven't tried pygame, but It...

    Probably, yes. I haven't tried pygame, but It works fine compiling my pysdl2 project. If it doesn't work on something, open a bug ticket. They're goal is full compatibility, and it's pretty much...
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    For those actually looking to compile python,...

    For those actually looking to compile python, check out Nuitka:
    http://nuitka.net/
    It converts to C++/C style code, does optimizations, and produces binaries (standalone like CX_Freeze, or not)....
  5. Having owned Trinity desktop APUs, and currently...

    Having owned Trinity desktop APUs, and currently owning a Trinity laptop, I can say:
    Trinity mobile APUs are amazing on open source drivers. Suspend/resume works fine, they're very fast, VDPAU...
  6. Yes you can. You can also do it for a specific...

    Yes you can. You can also do it for a specific file for folder, which will allow files to be shredable.
  7. I run an a10-7850k Kaveri on my main Desktop. The...

    I run an a10-7850k Kaveri on my main Desktop. The reason? I only have space for small form factor PCs, and I wanted the best graphics performance I could get in a CPU/APU. A TV tuner is in my pcix...
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    I use KVM extensively in the lab and in...

    I use KVM extensively in the lab and in production, and it's really quite simple to manage. Most of the lab boxes have a base images on them, so the other guys have no trouble making clones using...
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    Just something with a newer kernel. The main...

    Just something with a newer kernel. The main btrfs wiki has most of the information you need. The Arch wiki has good info as well.
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    What do you mean? Fglrx? Thee FOSS Radeon driver...

    What do you mean? Fglrx? Thee FOSS Radeon driver has had working VDPAU support for some time now, and it works great for the most part.
  11. I wonder if this is more or less useful with APUs...

    I wonder if this is more or less useful with APUs - specifically the HUMA ones. Those are supposed to share common memory already, aren't they?
  12. Ensuring freedom of the original authors. Only...

    Ensuring freedom of the original authors. Only restricting freedom of freeloaders.
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    Right, but that's pretty important I think. As...

    Right, but that's pretty important I think. As long as the editor itself is not native on Linux, all Unity games we get will always be second place to their Windows versions.
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    I have an old Pentium 3/m Thinkpad with a Rage...

    I have an old Pentium 3/m Thinkpad with a Rage 128 at the office, and Its perfectly usable except for lack of compositing support. It's nice to see this getting worked on.

    Those old machines still...
  15. On my previous a10-5800k APU, Vadim's SB compiler...

    On my previous a10-5800k APU, Vadim's SB compiler was much better than llvm. I tested it a lot.
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    Wrong thread? Anyhow, the pull request has...

    Wrong thread?

    Anyhow, the pull request has some work to the scrub.c has some work, with the commend: "Btrfs: scrub raid56 stripes in the right way". Does this mean that Raid 5/6 scrubbing is...
  17. The Gallium HUD is freaking awesome. I'm...

    The Gallium HUD is freaking awesome. I'm insterested in the new actual VRAM usage, along with the existing requested VRAM display.

    Personally, I use the HUD with Steam games a lot by putting it...
  18. Also, check out ds4drv for features such as mouse...

    Also, check out ds4drv for features such as mouse + keyboard, x360 controller emulation, led control, and profiles that are switchable on the fly.

    https://github.com/chrippa/
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    Sorry, I meant to say "flexible volume...

    Sorry, I meant to say "flexible volume management". Obviously ZFS has some form of "volume" management. The terminology is different, but ZFS does have the ability to expose raw block-like volumes...
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    Some valid points, and some opinion in there. ...

    Some valid points, and some opinion in there.

    If I remember correctly, the "copies=3" (or more) work is something that should show up after raid 5/6 scrubbing support is ready.

    The lz4...
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