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  1. Except Michael's articles aren't meant to defend...

    Except Michael's articles aren't meant to defend the copyright of a software. :rolleyes:
  2. Woops, I had it backwards. Checking the...

    Woops, I had it backwards. Checking the specification states quite explicitly the exact opposite of what I said. I should know better...
  3. Because it returns a potentially context-specific...

    Because it returns a potentially context-specific function.
    Also, glXGetProcAddress is not the only way to fetch a function pointer for OpenGL. Linux and Mac both allow you to use libdl.
  4. There's glXGetProcAddress too... which has been...

    There's glXGetProcAddress too... which has been there for years.
  5. Correction: Nobody is forcing the main...

    Correction:
    Nobody is forcing the main distributions to support gnome except for the populous of those distributions.
    You are free to remove the dependency of systemd from gnome or to make it...
  6. Not everything is dependent on this piece of...

    Not everything is dependent on this piece of software. Nobody is forcing you to use it. You're free to contribute patches that add support for other init systems for software that supposedly is...
  7. Has everyone forgotten...?...

    Has everyone forgotten...?
    http://www.animateit.net/data/media/feb2013/haters-gonna-hate.gif
    That said, I probably fit in the, "Nobody moves, nobody gets hurt" category.
  8. I'm actually probably going to wait for the...

    I'm actually probably going to wait for the Pascal line for my next "big" card. I have a 770 which still does just about everything I throw at it for Linux. Even on Windows, it still isn't pushed...
  9. From someone who's actually developed a USB...

    From someone who's actually developed a USB driver, I can say the following:

    1) The Linux kernel interfaces could benefit from virtual interfaces instead of a struct of pointers.
    2) The use of...
  10. I actually own a bunch of Roccat stuff. I own the...

    I actually own a bunch of Roccat stuff. I own the Kone XTD, the Kave XTD 5.1 Digital, and the Roccat Sense mousepad.

    It's all been a pretty pleasant experience. I've gone through two mouses, one...
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    Defense Grid 2 for Linux

    It came available here recently. I can open and play around in the game, although it clearly notes that it's a beta and the full game has not been released.
    A new item in my Steam library also came...
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    I still cant believe we have 32 bit software....

    I still cant believe we have 32 bit software. Processors have been commonly 64 bit capable since before 2000.
  13. I don't mind this so much. They don't like...

    I don't mind this so much. They don't like systemd in its current state so they modify it and present it as a better alternative. Nothing wrong with that... it's actually quite productive and...
  14. I bought the game, Works perfectly fine using...

    I bought the game, Works perfectly fine using Nvidia proprietary driver.

    Also on the weird tangent:

    You're not getting scammed. The Witcher 2 is currently in a usable state as well. People do...
  15. Most x86 compatible processors are supported by...

    Most x86 compatible processors are supported by default I would imagine. Sata and ide based hardware is supported ina generic way. Really, the only thing to watch out for is non-HID compliant input...
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    In a lot of cases, closed-system water loops like...

    In a lot of cases, closed-system water loops like the H100 don't perform that well in partial loads. It tends to do better in maximum load and even then, I've found my Noctua outperforms that H100 in...
  17. 1000+ distributions. Thinks his distribution is...

    1000+ distributions. Thinks his distribution is worth testing compared to all others without presenting what's special about it other than themes and appearance.
    Come on man. You have to try harder...
  18. I think their presentation is more specific than...

    I think their presentation is more specific than anything. It's just Ubuntu packaged to look like it's more geared towards gaming and as an alternative to Windows.
    I don't see any harm in it. It...
  19. uh... Intel and AMD both have significant Mesa...

    uh... Intel and AMD both have significant Mesa drivers from what I see. nvidia not so much but that's not that big a deal when they actually support their proprietary driver well (or at least, it's...
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    Good point. I'm still rather upset at the mindset...

    Good point. I'm still rather upset at the mindset of the VPL team who seem to just blame things on OpenGL rather than limitations of the eON wrapper or their inadequate OGL renderer. Their wording...
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