Thanks, that helps a lot.
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Thanks, that helps a lot.
Is Kaveri "slower" than Kabini? I don't ask to be provocative, I honestly don't know.
Is there a 'mainstream' Kabini?
This is why I want to see benchmarks of the two together.(just these two)
I can't help but be curious (even though the chips appear to be in different classes) how Kaveri and Kabini stack up against each other.
I have not seen benchmarks out there at all anywhere on...
Now wouldn't it be nice to:
(1)open the panel
(2)click the button to turn on HUD
(3)close the panel
(4)get the information then
(5)open the panel and turn off HUD again
:( *sigh* :(
That would be a dream if GoldenEye Source on Linux supported split screen gaming - eliminating the need for multiple computers or multiple monitors. Just like the original game.
(It looks to me...
What does Microsoft replace .net with?
The misunderstanding is mine - I thought these were a part of OpenGL 4.4.
I do not see either of those extensions here:
This ought to be the new permanent SOP moving forward. Why should there be any "sacred cows" that are left untouched? We want the new bug fixes/user testing to go into/against Mesa 10.1, not 9.2.
Past Zenbooks have used some proprietary SSD, I am hoping they solved that problem.
You must be one of those users who only needed 640k............................
There's a natural evolution between more features and larger program size. That does not necessarily equate to...
I'm really looking forward to when they enable Shumway by default.
Only catalyst? What about the Open Source driver?
I wish all monitors below 27 inch came with a standard resolution greater than 1080p.
I know someone's going to get upset for me saying this, but, the name of that organization is one hell of an orwellian name.
"The Software in the Public Interest organization"
So is only free...
No they don't, I didn't see the new Mesa nor the new AMD Radeon xf86-video-ati 7.3.0 drivers hosted.
So..... try again. We are a long way off from downloadable solo updater files.
I don't care what the init is per se, as long as its fast.
From power button to usable desktop, if it takes longer than 10 seconds then it is by definition broke and SOMEONE BETTER DAMN WELL FIX...
I shutdown/reboot twice, some times three times a day.
If you don't like it, that's tough. Its time for you to switch to FreeBSD then. There is absolutely a need for fast booting in the Linux...
YES, I would.
Package managers are great, but solo installable graphics drivers are ALSO highly desirable and NEED to appear, at some point.
I do not want either/or, just one. I want BOTH....