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    from the email : wait, there are multiple...

    from the email :



    wait, there are multiple implementations?
  2. It really feels like that systemd snapshotting...

    It really feels like that systemd snapshotting proposal. I just have a sneaking suspicion about that.
  3. china and some s.korean companies have a long...

    china and some s.korean companies have a long running history of gpl violations. you should look at media centers based on realtek rtd SoC's for instance. the toolchain includes linux kernel, and...
  4. it still beats the wallpaper opensuse 13.2 ships...

    it still beats the wallpaper opensuse 13.2 ships with. i mean, i understand design and stuff but in that particular case - what were they thinking?
  5. yeah, some people don't even Discworld.

    yeah, some people don't even Discworld.
  6. nice to know. i think i had some linking problems...

    nice to know. i think i had some linking problems earlier with clang. could be the systemd container i used, as it acts funny with parallel make jobs sometimes (so far confirmed on two separate...
  7. Technically, there are still some packages that...

    Technically, there are still some packages that fail with clang/llvm, but indeed days of gcc dominance are becoming a thing of the past. As evidenced by debian's clang test results.

    One prominent...
  8. maybe a stupid question, but is there a patch for...

    maybe a stupid question, but is there a patch for gog version out there somewhere? couldn't find any link for it, except for older version
  9. notify the developers with some numbers, instead...

    notify the developers with some numbers, instead of complaining here. otherwise it will not get fixed.
  10. i think similar solutions were in the works at...

    i think similar solutions were in the works at least a year ago. not sure what came out of it though.
  11. if that was the case, they would have been long...

    if that was the case, they would have been long since fixed. how long were the developers aware ?
  12. my understanding is that they got no fixes...

    my understanding is that they got no fixes whatsoever during that time. i could be wrong, though.
  13. it actually does quite a bit : see bug...

    it actually does quite a bit : see bug https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=84570

    tl;dr borderlands 2 skips every few seconds on some ati cards with opensource driver. majority of...
  14. I sort of feel they are barking at the wrong tree...

    I sort of feel they are barking at the wrong tree here.

    Sure, debian might sway lots of influence towards systemd, but there are userspace projects adopting systemd already - not just...
  15. also exherbo users, and sourcemage or lunar linux...

    also exherbo users, and sourcemage or lunar linux users have their respective from-source package managers. probably more out there, but i am only familar with these. you can probably roll debian...
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    there was this problem with e1000 driver...

    there was this problem with e1000 driver destroying either eeprom data or something in hardware, most direct vector of problem is the graphic card with wrong refresh rate, which can occasionally fry...
  17. This is a bit confusing. Factory was a playground...

    This is a bit confusing. Factory was a playground to throw all new things into, and now it's announced as rolling distro environment - which suggests it might be somewhat safe to use. Odd.

    Makes...
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    ps2 has experimental 2.6 kernel port, but most...

    ps2 has experimental 2.6 kernel port, but most distros stick with 2.4.21 / 2.4.17.

    I doubt it would be very effective due to memory constraints.

    Best way would be to hack something on top of...
  19. In layman's terms, aside from compute and...

    In layman's terms, aside from compute and clustering - it sounds as it might speed up data transfers between cpu and gpu ? Is that the benefit from typical user, or is there none?
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    not every GPU can do it, and not everything...

    not every GPU can do it, and not everything related to video decoding is feasible to do on gpu. it greatly depends on the capacities of given chip. also, GPU's have very strict support for certain...
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