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  1. That's definitely a valid point. :) But for me...

    That's definitely a valid point. :)

    But for me I am happy with rolling release. Of course, one has to be happy with Gentoo in that case. And it's not always super fluid and awesome. But then, I am...
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    Thanks a lot, that was a good read for me this...

    Thanks a lot, that was a good read for me this morning.
    Well, one could first write things with a broad support in mind. But then, once user have their stuff running, care for the shinyness in...
  3. While I want to congratulate Ubunutu for the next...

    While I want to congratulate Ubunutu for the next release I still think silently for myself ;) God bless rolling release. Well, I guess that are the benefits and drawbacks. Gentoo means quite some...
  4. Seconded. But I'd really support the idea of...

    Seconded. But I'd really support the idea of standardization and general use of coreboot.


    The fragmentation of ARM driver code in the kernel made iirc. Linus explode once. We had a nice talk...
  5. Now all this seems to gain a good momentum. I...

    Now all this seems to gain a good momentum. I guess implementing all that error handling is a lot of work, but I think it is one of the most important parts in program code, to deal with the...
  6. Oh, wow. Supertuxkart has changed quite a lot...

    Oh, wow. Supertuxkart has changed quite a lot compared to the early versions. But so have the system requirements. Well, I'll wait til it hits portage. Not much time for gaming anyway right now. :(
  7. (someone correct me if I write smth. wrong) >...

    (someone correct me if I write smth. wrong)

    > explain

    There is a new driver. A part of the whole Linux/Unix graphics system. This new part here is the kernel part.
    You do not need this driver...
  8. Well, if hardware is really different, you need a...

    Well, if hardware is really different, you need a new driver. So you have different drivers for different generations. Like you have different drivers for different vendors. You could try to squeeze...
  9. Yes! This is the day I have predicted. In the...

    Yes! This is the day I have predicted. In the beginning there was my HD 3870 and the free driver wasn't better than a VESA driver (Catalyst was no option since I needed a kernel version higher than...
  10. Sorry I mistook the "300" for the old R300 series...

    Sorry I mistook the "300" for the old R300 series and was not thinking of the new GCN R9_300 series. That is of course different. As far as I know all GCN 1.2+ require the new AMDGPU kernel base...
  11. No, I think this graphic scheme has to be seen in...

    No, I think this graphic scheme has to be seen in conjunction with the AMDGPU driver. All the older cards are working quite nicely with the free stack already. But the most recent units from AMD-ATI...
  12. OMG What the hell? 1. Why intel? WHY? They want...

    OMG What the hell?
    1. Why intel? WHY? They want to be on a low price profile: AMD. ARM. Anything. Not intel.
    2. Move away from Android is a good thing but Gnome 3? And why reinvent the wheel? Why...
  13. My first thought: Lolwtf? This low end 300...

    My first thought: Lolwtf?
    This low end 300 Euro/USD notebook screen at a price of 2000 US$ (or Can$)? Wow. What's wrong with those people? Probably everybody still has thousands of these horrible...
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    I do. A good bunch of my computers even have...

    I do. A good bunch of my computers even have floppy drives. :)
    Actually, what else would you try in Linux?
    BluRay is problematic. AACS and stuff. Then you need good video acceleration for the...
  15. Honestly it is even a surprise for the that Dell...

    Honestly it is even a surprise for the that Dell offers anything AMD based at all. Weren't they also in the claws of these intel special contracts?
    Either way, it has been established for many years...
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    What finalzone said and: While I agree that...

    What finalzone said and:
    While I agree that Redhat's forced introduction of systemd is not a beautiful matter - Greg KH ist not Redhat - at least not that I know. Greg is Gentoo, SuSE and whatsnot....
  17. I've been using the free stack for years now and...

    I've been using the free stack for years now and lately I have been building (Gentoo) darktable with opencl support. Sadly I am stressed in this so called "real life" ;) so I had little time for any...
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    PS: One has to be careful about the DRM, it seems...

    PS: One has to be careful about the DRM, it seems not to be clear whether the game throws DRM at you or if you can play without online accounts and stuff.
    ( http://www.gog.com/game/age_of_wonders_3 )
  19. The kernel is just one part, then there is Xorg...

    The kernel is just one part, then there is Xorg input driver and for config there should be tools. E.g. some parts you can configure in GIMP or Inkscape, and KDE does have a tablet config tool. (in...
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    Still listed Windows (only) on gog. Okay, but...

    Still listed Windows (only) on gog. Okay, but probably worth a buy and hoping they'll include the penguin later.
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