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    If running at high priority can solve the...

    If running at high priority can solve the problem, then ubuntu developer will not "Desires" Lower Audio Latency For Gaming.
    and this post will not exist at all.:p

    Besides, software mixing running...
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    +1 Gaming software always has a very high CPU...

    +1

    Gaming software always has a very high CPU usage.

    For software mixing problem, high CPU load always means bad latency for software mixing solution.

    Having a dedicated hardware for sound...
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    Hi, ubuntu developers! Welcome to the real...

    Hi, ubuntu developers!

    Welcome to the real world;)
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    Benchmark is needed to compare between kernel...

    Benchmark is needed to compare between kernel 3.5/3.6/3.7, btrfs/ext4 too
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    i test btrfs recently (with a sandy bridge...

    i test btrfs recently (with a sandy bridge processor), it seems that compression will introduce the following side effect

    1. The maximum size of extent will be limited to 256K, leading to heavier...
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    actually it is not that simple, because initrd...

    actually it is not that simple, because initrd may be required.

    my kernel is now a standalone efi bootable which can boot any linux partitions in my PC by:
    1. do not allow module, compile all...
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    You may be correct. but i don't know what doest...

    You may be correct. but i don't know what doest intel help to bring r600/700 driver to reach opengl 3.1.





    i am not a mesa expert, but if my understanding about Gallium is correct
    ...
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    it is normal that intel do not use Gallium3D ...

    it is normal that intel do not use Gallium3D

    why would they develop a good shareable graphic framework that benefit their rivals directly?
    if Gallium3D is stable, mature and fast, who will buy...
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    why mesa developer develop vdpau tracker rather...

    why mesa developer develop vdpau tracker rather than vaapi?

    is it because that vdpau is a better api than vaapi? (i am not a expert in this area)
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    i have 1 intel SandyBridge CPU (on-chip graphic)...

    i have 1 intel SandyBridge CPU (on-chip graphic) + AMD display card, then i can use the intel GPU for normal Linux work and dedicate the GPU to windows, right?
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    if i have only one monitor and 1 display card,...

    if i have only one monitor and 1 display card, can i perform VGA passthrough?

    besides, is it "stable"? e.g will it works on nvidia 690, but fail on nvidia 680
    ...
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    The theory seems ok for mixing sound, but can it...

    The theory seems ok for mixing sound, but can it be applied to resampling? if upsample from 44Khz to 48 khz, is it feasible in fixed-point?:confused:
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    i don't get it. good quality sound mixing...

    i don't get it.

    good quality sound mixing requires floating point operation, but this is not allowed in kernel currently.
    How can fixed-point operation achieving good quality:confused:
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  14. 4.0??:cool:

    4.0??:cool:
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    Does it checksum metadata only? Is there checksum...

    Does it checksum metadata only? Is there checksum support for file's data?

    Also, CRC32 seems a little bit weak.
    As far as i know, CRC32 is used by many hardware internally for error correction....
  16. imagine what will happen to linux ecosystem: ...

    imagine what will happen to linux ecosystem:

    developer - i should write program in 32 bit only
    32 bit is more portable and might be a little bit faster.
    ...
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    thank a lot. The bug is fixed. I wil report to...

    thank a lot. The bug is fixed.

    I wil report to upstream developer
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    the developer provide another fix. Can you merge...

    the developer provide another fix. Can you merge it? thank you.

    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=45880...
  19. i doubt whether it is a good idea. If somehow...

    i doubt whether it is a good idea.

    If somehow the technology advance so fast that we get 128 bit or 256 bit processor, then there may be something like "x16/x32/x64/x128 support for linux kernel...
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    thanl a lot. i will report to upstream developer

    thanl a lot. i will report to upstream developer
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