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    The "too long; didn't read" version: Ubuntu Phone...

    The "too long; didn't read" version: Ubuntu Phone isn't the same as Ubuntu. While Unity uses QML that let's it achieve application portability across devices/platforms, Ubuntu Phone has no traces of...
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    Correction

    A Samsung linux driver bricks some Samsung laptops. Obviously it has little to do with Linux as a whole.
  3. Ban funkSTAR

    From now on, I will ignore any forum thread with funkSTAR present, because he is such a butthurt asshole in most of his posts and is unnecessarily attacking others in an aggressive manner. A GNOME 3...
  4. Works fine for me. Currently it uses 55 MB and...

    Works fine for me. Currently it uses 55 MB and does just what is needed - plays music. Also, one more vote for Amarok's search capabilities, I use them to create dynamic playlists filled with music...
  5. Yet another Microsoft DRM scheme has failed....

    Yet another Microsoft DRM scheme has failed. Great!
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    So God has smiled again upon us, KDE users. ...

    So God has smiled again upon us, KDE users.

    KDE is very enjoyable if the first thing done after installing the distro is changing the Plasma theme. The default one... needs a bit more polishing,...
  7. From the article: "Phabricator can be used not...

    From the article:

    "Phabricator can be used not only for code review but also for code review..."

    So it can be used for code review. Nice!
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    Could you describe some of those bugs so that we...

    Could you describe some of those bugs so that we can try to reproduce them? Just to make sure that you're not blatantly trolling here.
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    Don't even know if this topic could be considered...

    Don't even know if this topic could be considered trolling, or it's just a bad case of PEBKAC. I haven't booted in Windows for weeks now, might as well ditch it altogether. Everything works well for...
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    Ol' good answer. Google "Wayland benefits"....

    Ol' good answer. Google "Wayland benefits". You're always likely not to be the first asking.

    Though I'm quite sure you have no idea what the Wayland Display server is if you're asking when PTS...
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    There are no Wayland benchmarks because the...

    There are no Wayland benchmarks because the display server isn't even in beta development stage yet. No desktops currently are able to run on it, but most major ones are being ported to Wayland. KDE,...
  12. It doesn't change anything, the OpenGL rendering...

    It doesn't change anything, the OpenGL rendering in Firefox is still buggy, besides FF9 is already accelerated via XRender and I don't see any major improvements performance-wise between them both.
  13. I guess, more appropriate title for this article...

    I guess, more appropriate title for this article would be "Features being work-in-progress in Linux 3.3-rc1". Mostly those aren't shortcomings because they're being addressed right now.
  14. Suggestion

    These benchmarks should be done in single-user mode running applications in a dedicated X server. I'm running games myself that way using xgame script, makes them noticeably faster.
  15. That was sarcasm. I actually did RTFA and wasn't...

    That was sarcasm. I actually did RTFA and wasn't mistaken - it has a huge label saying "OSS drivers suck" written all over it. I'm not saying that it's not true, but is it really necessary to repeat...
  16. Too long, didn't read.

    Too long, didn't read.
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    Obvious troll is obvious. What are you doing on...

    Obvious troll is obvious. What are you doing on Linux-related site? Go away.



    Since those patents are owned by HTC now and HTC is a member of the Open Invention Network, they could be safely...
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    Turns out that libxcb 1.8 is needed for Wine to...

    Turns out that libxcb 1.8 is needed for Wine to work with Mesa 7.12-devel as of now. After updating it, everything works fine.
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    No, this doesn't work for me. If I install an...

    No, this doesn't work for me. If I install an earlier version of Mesa from Archlinux radeon repo, everything works fine.
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    Git bisect probably isn't needed because it's not...

    Git bisect probably isn't needed because it's not a commit that causes this, Wine's opengl32.dll just isn't compatible with current Mesa git. Anyway, filed a bug report:
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