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I would not have any problem with that if it wasn't for 0 support free software like Blender receives from the game engines SDKs.
Allowing closed software to get in freely without supporting the...
Well, you should try Aidivn cards, they've got much better OpenGL support.
Or, you could try the open source radeon drivers which likely won't show so many glitches but the frame rate will be subpar.
My natural language is not English and I wrote that comment without much though on how to write it correctly. If you found any errors you could tell me about them.
When I'm talking about a fully...
I'm satisfied with Valve's work on GNU Linux. As a user, I can only ask for more games and more free software releases. VOGL is a good initiative. Support on free drivers would be a nice thing. GNU...
Linux is also used in a lot of computing environments. Having a worse driver and support is not a good thing.
Doing this would give them more opportunities in high performance Linux environments.
The Microsoft Visual C++ compiler is just plain garbage. They push proprietary and incompatible extensions even with that. I hate the ALL CAPS variable type names.
Why don't they use KDE?
Forget anything related to GNOME and go with KDE and its K's.
Because if Canonical continues this way, they'll end up with "QNOME".
AMD should put quad channel memory controller. That along DDR4 should be enough for an APU.
I'll continue buying NVIDIA then.
Reading the 290 review, Catalyst driver still lacks a lot of performance.
I hope XMir is not pushed into Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. It should be added on 14.10.
Just let the option to use it in Ubuntu 14.04, but not the default.
That's no longer true: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/09/16/linux_foundation_kernel_report_2013/
It was a one time event related to their Hyper-V support. If Canonical had anything to add to...
Why is people bitching about Canonical's CLA?
Qt has the same contribution agreement. All rights belong to Digia. Qt started being a close library and ended with an opensource, free counterpart...
"The Community" said similar things when Novell made a patent license agreement with Microsoft.
The CLA is no problem. The FSF does the same thing, and if you have something interesting to add to...
If AMD improves their drivers for Linux, I could buy a graphics card from them. Meanwhile, I'll stick with NVIDIA.
I don't see Ubuntu as an hostile fork. That's stupidity from the community.
If people already in charge of a distro does not share your vision of how a usable and easier for the user a distro...
Valve's first tries got 3 FPS.
Seeing the results there's some serious CPU overhead that probably will be removed in the future.
Upstart is not only used on Ubuntu. Debian still uses it and Red Hat, Centos, etc. too. OpenSUSE has it in their repositories. Chrome OS does use Upstart too.
If I was Canonical, I would stick with Wayland. As far as I know, Wayland contributors have been open to receiving patches from Canonical to suit Canonical's needs.
The KDE and GNOME work that...