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What's the current state of RAID 5/6 in BTRFS? It is already suitable for replacing ZFS in small NAS servers?
I would. In fact, I've bought it. That way I support wine development
Exactly. Why don't they simply call it "(Ubuntu Touch) Mail?
I believe this should be an optional wayland interface, not a separate framework
Does this means that features like Crossfire support or Eyefinity could be open-sourced?
I don't know why, but I do also get occasional random freezes when using Chrome with the opensource r600 driver.
Do you mean "The Machine" announced by HP, which will use ReRAM?
OpenGL 5 needs a complete clean-sheet API , with drivers maintaining GL <= 4.4 APIs for compatibility. Contexts and libraries for OpenGL 5 and earlier versions should be completely separated. For...
Nice animations, that's all. The one I like the most is the oppening of an application window from its icon or document icon. Everything else is quite ugly and less usable than Windows.
I'm happy to pay for a license that helps funding wine development
Headsets don't work with BlueZ 5 because they decided to drop HSP and HFP profiles, In theory, Pulseaudio 5 should handle these using oFono.
Shouldn't these features be available through xdg-shell?
I love the sound of systemd trolling in the morning
I don't think any NPAPI plugin like flash will ever work in Wayland unless they can nest them inside the browser window as separate XWayland processes (probably using a subcompositor). That seems...
I bought the complete bundle for about 13€
It works pretty nice with open source r600 drivers. But startup is quite slow and the startup screen gets frozen and corrupted. I'm using Ubuntu 14.04
Is Btrfs already reliable for network storage systems? I read somewhere that it was not reliable yet for RAID based systems, and ZFS was recomended instead (using *BSD in place of Linux)
One of the drawbacks of GObject is that method tables cannot be optimized by the C compiler, as opposed to C++, where the compiler can optimize vtable lookups, and even inline function calls.
And this is good, as the Linux userspace needs a bit of dictatorship. Common components, commands and API
Fabian Bieler is working on ARB_tessellation_shader() support