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    Bench shows what it should!

    Benchmark shows what it should: in computation loads its >90% of raw hardware power. When it comes to I/O it could get a bit worse. Just as with any other full virtualisation.

    And I'm sorry to...
  2. As for me I would prefer to see ffmpeg, because:...

    As for me I would prefer to see ffmpeg, because:
    1) Libav devs are uncooperative and this often delays their project compared to ffmpeg in adoption of various techs. Ffmpeg is generally faster at...
  3. What I hate about x86? BIOS/UEFI in first place.

    Here we can see how sucking proprietary software could be. Just one example: my computer's BIOS would hang if you press someything on USB keyboard between BIOS logo disappearance and boot loader...
  4. They are. And from theoretical point of view,...

    They are. And from theoretical point of view, they should be da best when it comes to launching some proprietary winduz crap since they reimplementing exactly same API and ABI in its native form.

    ...
  5. SCons suxx. And this is python crap as well?

    Scons proven to be really unusable and bugged piece of shit when it comes to building programs. Its my least favorite of all build systems at all. And this one is some python crap too?

    And to be...
  6. MESA haves potential. Attempts to mimic...

    MESA haves potential. Attempts to mimic proprietary API is a dead end though. Its really silly waste of time to mimick proprietary API rather than improve (or even create new) open APIs instead. Same...
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    Ahh, I see, libs updated - now it seems to be...

    Ahh, I see, libs updated - now it seems to be correct from logical point of view.

    Yet, I wouldn't call LLVM3.5 perfect. Now it can build and run kernels where previous versions failed....
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    Has nouveau got working reclocking, after all?...

    Has nouveau got working reclocking, after all? This is absolutely mandatory for anyhow serious competition with anything around. From what I've read from Phoronix, it looks rather pessimistic and I...
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    Quick update: its possible to fix OpenCL without...

    Quick update: its possible to fix OpenCL without Oibaf by installing libclang1-3.5 package manually. Then LLVM 3.5 seems to be used - it improves things vs 3.4 heck a LOT.
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    Trouble on the way...

    There is some trouble on the way. It comes to OpenCL - the dependencies are now not fully correct.

    Updated stack brought LLVM-3.5 and most driver part are now built agains LLVM 3.5, making LLVM...
  11. Finally!

    Wow, finally! Hopefully it works. Looking forward for new Phoronix benchmarks - it's just damn interesting how one of the world-fastest GPUs would perform with opensource drivers.
  12. I would rather afraid RNG could turn out to be...

    I would rather afraid RNG could turn out to be not-so-random. It can follow some function, which is known to NSA but unknown to you. In worst case it can allow third party to re-compute "random"...
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    The problem seems to have same nature: 32-bit...

    The problem seems to have same nature: 32-bit signed integer overflow, causing wrap-around and as the result, some potentially harmful memory accesses. However, this seems to be another instance of...
  14. F....k you Nvidia

    F...k you Nvidia. Releasing reclocking for some marginal unpopular IC while not giving a f...k to issues on dozen and half of more popular ICs is a blatant trollng of your customers.
  15. Where one fails, two new would appear.

    This market is emerging and where one project fails, two new would appear and succeed. For example, aren't http://www.solid-run.com/products/hummingboard/ boards are neat in terms of size, price and...
  16. Wrong. It is your knowledge and skills what makes...

    Wrong. It is your knowledge and skills what makes you an expert in some area. In cryptography and security it also takes some special way of thinking: good cryptography experts and security gurus...
  17. Because data compression is one topic. Lib takes...

    Because data compression is one topic. Lib takes data and compresses (or decompresses) them. Then, encapsulation/transport format and block sizes are another topic. Technically its possible and okay...
  18. Sure, it would not be as harmful as that. And if...

    Sure, it would not be as harmful as that. And if we're about heartbleed, it have to be expected and likely there're some other "funny" bugs. SSL and TLS are horribly overengineered, trying to solve...
  19. That's right in sense it is not likely to cause...

    That's right in sense it is not likely to cause massive pwnage. But still...
    1) LZO is here for a while. It used by many programs. Reverse lookup in ubuntu repos gives 30+ dependants. I guess...
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    I did, but I do not get what you're trying to...

    I did, but I do not get what you're trying to prove. RAM emulation by HDD is slow as hell, thousands times slower than real RAM. Needless to say it can totally kill any interactivity and in worst...
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