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    They've had support for it for years now, read my...

    They've had support for it for years now, read my post above. I don't think Chrome has this for stable builds yet either by the way.
  2. You mean only for the Dell ones, right? Because...

    You mean only for the Dell ones, right? Because for the HP one I can read all the data just fine.
    "ST LIS3LV02DL Accelerometer (/dev/input/js0)"
    3 axes, but really I don't think there's much use to...
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    I assume he means the process of getting...

    I assume he means the process of getting everything working on Win64, not necessarily that there's no benefits to it.

    I've been using Nightly (nightly builds of Firefox's latest code) Win64 builds...
  4. FTFY. :p

    FTFY. :p
  5. Actually that will vary between different...

    Actually that will vary between different systems, one of my laptops is a 90*C thermal shutdown and the other is 105*C (not that I've reached 105*C, that's just what the setting is by default in the...
  6. That may be true for CPUs with an IHS, but these...

    That may be true for CPUs with an IHS, but these are bare dies, so just counting on it to spread itself out is not the way to go here. The line between too little thermal paste and too much thermal...
  7. Actually last I checked thermal issues are only...

    Actually last I checked thermal issues are only getting worse as Intel goes down manufacturing nodes. I think the density might just be "concentrating" the heat to one spot more, increasing the...
  8. Yep, that's the one!

    Yep, that's the one!
  9. O.O Mepis was my first Linux distro, around...

    O.O

    Mepis was my first Linux distro, around 2004 or so, and TuxKart was the first Linux game I played on that wee ol' ATi Radeon X300 SE back then. I also faintly remember some sort of...
  10. Ah, I misunderstood that that's what the purpose...

    Ah, I misunderstood that that's what the purpose of it was. Sorry, my bad!
  11. If a few hundred extra bucks a month isn't...

    If a few hundred extra bucks a month isn't appealing, you're making plenty of money.
  12. If you want to deal with AdBlock users, use...

    If you want to deal with AdBlock users, use non-invasive advertising. If I have a fresh install of Firefox or something and haven't put AdBlock on there yet, as soon as I visit Phoronix I am reminded...
  13. Good catch, can't believe I missed that. Or maybe...

    Good catch, can't believe I missed that. Or maybe I just stopped reading after I couldn't take any more FUD, not sure.

    Yeah, I'm not particularly thrilled with the current crap Android has to deal...
  14. I agree. It's not like it's a radically different...

    I agree. It's not like it's a radically different architecture than existing things. It's either one of two things (or maybe both actually): Michael is just spreading AMD FUD as usual, or after years...
  15. Re: OpenSSL/LibreSSL discussion. Right now I...

    Re: OpenSSL/LibreSSL discussion.

    Right now I think there's plenty of room for both OpenSSL and LibreSSL. Eventually we might end up with a merger of some kind, or they might differentiate enough...
  16. With building Android with LTO, I've noticed that...

    With building Android with LTO, I've noticed that it'll just use as much RAM as it can, with more RAM available it takes less time but it doesn't seem to fail or anything when there is less RAM...
  17. And even if there was, the amount of time it...

    And even if there was, the amount of time it takes to compile Firefox is already ridiculous enough! :p
  18. You know what? Regardless of whether or not...

    You know what? Regardless of whether or not Mantle sticks around or makes it to Linux doesn't matter. IMO the point of Mantle was to show what's possible with reduced overhead, and with people now...
  19. Nobody said LTO is going to be FORCED in the...

    Nobody said LTO is going to be FORCED in the kernel. It would probably be quite the opposite.
  20. Well I suppose the issue is more that LTO isn't...

    Well I suppose the issue is more that LTO isn't something meant for using everywhere on a system where things are updated and changed constantly. For a case like that it's probably best to use it for...
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