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  1. Just for reference, there's mainline Linux...

    Just for reference, there's mainline Linux support for VIA/WonderMedia CPU's (mach-vt8500). It's not yet complete and not yet up-to-date with the latest chips, but is there any mainline support for...
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    Hardfloat?

    Michael,

    Could you please also run a comparison of an ARM softfloat vs. hardfloat userlands? The standard softfloat solution has a huge performance overhead for EVERY single floating point...
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    In case there are any keys left to be handed out,...

    In case there are any keys left to be handed out, I would be really grateful for one. Willing to test the title on Gentoo x86/x86_64, Intel/NVidia!
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    I suggest that Phoronix had rather refrain from...

    I suggest that Phoronix had rather refrain from posting about things that they are not quite familiar with. That should be better than sounding ridiculous with remarks like the one in the last...
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    What about out-of-box experience with Linux? Many...

    What about out-of-box experience with Linux? Many distros can not include non-free drivers in their default configuration for legal reasons. That is what end users WILL notice and suffer from.
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    Strictly speaking, I have been warned by the...

    Strictly speaking, I have been warned by the "Supported OSes" section on their site that only states "Windows Vista" :) And yes, I understand perfectly that claiming Linux-compatibility has its costs...
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    Well, as for me and my U3S, everything works...

    Well, as for me and my U3S, everything works excellently except for a built-in GPS module (which I have not tried to investigate into very much, though). There is not much to be done to let Linux...
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    Well, if we approach it formally, they do not...

    Well, if we approach it formally, they do not claim that they do not support Linux on any of their laptops. Rather, they do not support it on all. Anyways, this is a strange point for them to make....
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    Well, it looks rather strange for me, too, but...

    Well, it looks rather strange for me, too, but that is what they replied:

    ...which stands for:
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    ASUS is not willing

    I have just received an answer from ASUS support saying that their corporate policy is not supporting Linux on their notebooks and that they will thus not be able to help with the issue :(
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