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  1. Thats the problem though... This got discussed at...

    Thats the problem though... This got discussed at XDC (see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO7nU3-MGMw ) on some laptops a backlight of 0 means the -display- is totally off, on some it means the...
  2. All pointless examples given that the kernel...

    All pointless examples given that the kernel itself suffer from those very things... Hell I had a very consistent kernel crash just a week ago that would happen anytime i plugged in a USB to my USB...
  3. So are web browsers, sudo, an active internet...

    So are web browsers, sudo, an active internet connection, and just about anything else imaginable.. Hence why I like KDE's option of "Only automount drives I've manually mounted before." Good middle...
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    The system requirements are exactly the same as...

    The system requirements are exactly the same as Borderlands 2, so it should get roughly comparable FPS.
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    From what I can gather... FreeRDP is the client....

    From what I can gather... FreeRDP is the client. FreeRDS is the server.
  6. Depends on the drive. SATA 3.1 added queue'd TRIM...

    Depends on the drive. SATA 3.1 added queue'd TRIM which fixes the hole in the specification that made TRIM cause bad performance while it ran. SATA 3.1 was published 3yrs ago so hopefully it will...
  7. Quick google fu to get a reference, this is a...

    Quick google fu to get a reference, this is a couple examples but similar can be found across hardware sites.
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  8. If its a relatively new SSD... you'll be fine....

    If its a relatively new SSD... you'll be fine. The general rule of thumb for newer SSD's is "TEN gigabytes of data EVERY DAY for TEN years." Your SSD controller will fail before you wear out the...
  9. Alternatively (to the above) you can just keep...

    Alternatively (to the above) you can just keep applying updates and eventually it will get compressed after you set compress=lzo. This is because Btrfs doesn't check the old data's mount options...
  10. To an extent, yes, but remember that the shell...

    To an extent, yes, but remember that the shell you are actually using to DO anything "when things go wrong" is in userspace. So there's no guarantee that you can actually login or even execute...
  11. None, unless the game engine makes use of OpenCL....

    None, unless the game engine makes use of OpenCL. This is strictly an OpenCL feature (though an awesome one).
  12. Maybe its because VDPAU only does decode?...

    Maybe its because VDPAU only does decode? Currently Radeon does VDPAU for decode, and OpenMAX for encode. VA-API supports encode. Maybe they want to transition to VA-API so they dont have to use two...
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    ....The title of the article is: "A...

    ....The title of the article is: "A Linux-friendly GAMING Mouse"
  14. Catalyst on Windows, Radeon on Fedora 20/21. ...

    Catalyst on Windows,
    Radeon on Fedora 20/21.

    I've got more problems on Catalyst, but thats probably because I'm running Beta drivers.
  15. AMD 7850K APU user here. Drivers working...

    AMD 7850K APU user here. Drivers working perfectly fine.
  16. They've snagged their head CPU guy back from...

    They've snagged their head CPU guy back from Apple, their expecting to put out a newly architectured high performance CPU at the end of next year (Last i heard)
  17. Well I mean, it depends on what you define as...

    Well I mean, it depends on what you define as 'crap' :P Do you want yum/dnf telling you that an application is available when in reality it got pulled from the repo's last night? Or the reverse that...
  18. dnf and yum both check the age of the cached data...

    dnf and yum both check the age of the cached data before executing most commands. They want to make sure that whatever they show you is accurate to the best of their knowledge, with some leeway. If...
  19. Packagekit-Libsolv

    Michael, you might be able to get Gnome Software to run even faster if you install the "Libsolv" backend of PackageKit, assuming its not installed by default already. I'm not 100% on the package...
  20. Yes but that's not out of lack of skill or lack...

    Yes but that's not out of lack of skill or lack of volunteers, it was a deliberate decision to not support compatibility profiles.
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