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    Not yet, at least not in libinput 1.0, but more...

    Not yet, at least not in libinput 1.0, but more and more device categories are being added every day. Adding support to libinput is not hard, just make a post in the mailing list asking for...
  2. It's usually for legacy reasons, think a system...

    It's usually for legacy reasons, think a system that was built in 2003 but there hasn't been any reason to update. There's probably no internet connection or anything, just a system connected to...
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    Indeed, this is quite useful.

    Indeed, this is quite useful.
  4. I'm not having any problems with Xorg. Have you...

    I'm not having any problems with Xorg. Have you tried that?
  5. I'm using my system for work so I'm a little bit...

    I'm using my system for work so I'm a little bit hesitant to enable [testing]. I could setup a VM but that's rather overkill for something that will be generally available in a few weeks anyway.
    ...
  6. Looking forward to updating my Arch installation!

    Looking forward to updating my Arch installation!
  7. You switch to a different WM, like KDE. CSD is an...

    You switch to a different WM, like KDE. CSD is an integral part of Gnome, you can't have one without the other.
  8. Indeed. The guys at PowerVR just put out a demo...

    Indeed. The guys at PowerVR just put out a demo and some sample code. I really like what I see so far.

    My pet peeve is that the new functions are prefixed with "vk" instead of "gl". They should...
  9. Finally, a sane way to manage bootloaders. ...

    Finally, a sane way to manage bootloaders.

    GRUB2 configuration sucks beyond imagination.
  10. Not so in the old continent: it's always 1 or 2.

    Not so in the old continent: it's always 1 or 2.
  11. Oh look, someone can use a guest account to pwn...

    Oh look, someone can use a guest account to pwn your system without you ever realizing.

    As long as we are using X, Linux desktops will remain worse security-wise than Mac OS or even Windows...
  12. Also something something SystemD!!!1one

    Also something something SystemD!!!1one
  13. Actually, it is. I have two Wayland (Arch) and...

    Actually, it is. I have two Wayland (Arch) and Mir (Ubuntu) installations for development and Wayland is almost ready for day-to-day use. Check out the gnome/wayland wiki - it is not 100% there, but...
  14. At this rate of development, Mir will be delayed...

    At this rate of development, Mir will be delayed by another year...
  15. We've always known that X is a security disaster,...

    We've always known that X is a security disaster, but it wasn't clear until now just how broken it is.

    This POS is unsalvageable.
  16. Gallium Nine, no. D3D10 is probably useless...

    Gallium Nine, no. D3D10 is probably useless (pretty much no games use that) and D3D11 is sufficiently different that it would have to be implemented from scratch.

    I can't imagine this happening...
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    Hey isn't that the spirit of Phoronix Forums?...

    Hey isn't that the spirit of Phoronix Forums? Trolls trolling trolls ad nauseam.

    Debian+systemd is perfect. The only downside is that this didn't happen sooner - we Arch users have been enjoying...
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    You remember incorrectly. The choice was...

    You remember incorrectly.

    The choice was between systemd, upstart, openrc, sysvinit and further discussion (FD). All 8 CTTE members voted that *any* alternative would be better than staying with...
  19. Which is, of course, irrelevant. If you have...

    Which is, of course, irrelevant.

    If you have to do a code review you have to go through each line regardless. I'd much rather review 500 lines of readable code than 2000 lines of boilerplate. C#...
  20. DirectX has little to do with .Net. Besides, the...

    DirectX has little to do with .Net. Besides, the leading DirectX wrapper for .Net is open-source, as is the equivalent OpenGL wrapper.
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