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  1. I hope that the Cirrus KMS driver for KVM is...

    I hope that the Cirrus KMS driver for KVM is still gonna make into 2.6.40/3.0/whatever.
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    I'm curious how it works with newest ATI...

    I'm curious how it works with newest ATI gallium3D drivers (on RV635). I'm gonna have to clonezilla my system (just in case, you never know..) and try this out. Can't wait any longer.
  3. Still can't get it to play any YT clip, apart...

    Still can't get it to play any YT clip, apart from those example links provided on the project website.
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    Almost. There is still support for HDMI Audio...

    Almost. There is still support for HDMI Audio output to do and that is related to kernel. But yeah, most of the fancy kernel-based stuff like KMS, power management, suspend support - they appear to...
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    In this pull request I can see one commit from...

    In this pull request I can see one commit from Alex Deucher:
    drm/radeon/kms: Add crtc tiling setup support for evergreen

    You can check out the link below where you can see the current state...
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    Not pulled into mainline yet and due to build...

    Not pulled into mainline yet and due to build failures in the linux-next tree I can't check this stuff out from there.
    I'm gonna try myself and merge Dave's tree with my local mainline tree. Can't...
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    ... or they may screw sth else making you...

    ... or they may screw sth else making you complain even more ... :)
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    This just doesn't make any sense. First they say...

    This just doesn't make any sense. First they say that Lucid should include kernel 2.6.32, not newer, for stability reasons. Now they are back-porting to it as much of drm stuff as (im)possible making...
  9. Don't get too excited. This alpha will be...

    Don't get too excited. This alpha will be followed by another 4 alphas before first beta sees the light of day :)
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    They are in Device drivers --> Staging drivers,...

    They are in Device drivers --> Staging drivers, as have just arrived to kernel and need a good testing. You may need to un-tick option Exclude Staging drivers from being built first in order to be...
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    I see. That makes perfect sense. Thanks for...

    I see. That makes perfect sense. Thanks for clarifying.


    I'm only concerned about the original kernel source packages I get from http://www.kernel.org/. For example if I look directly into...
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    reply to bridgman re: R6xx_rlc.bin

    Thanks bridgman. And just to resolve all doubts:
    1) does it affect graphics performance and/or stability if these firmware files: RV635_pfp.bin and RV635_me.bin are built-in (like in my current...
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    RE: R600_rlc.bin

    Thanks zika but I already had the firmware file. My problem wasn't regarding where to find it or place it after compiling kernel.
    As I wrote earlier I'd prefer to have it built-in into kernel like...
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    I think the firmware can be either built-in into...

    I think the firmware can be either built-in into kernel or extracted into (usually) /lib/firmware/kernel-version. But it cannot be rather compiled into kernel as it's already provided in binary...
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    I'm glad that kernel developers are focused on...

    I'm glad that kernel developers are focused on improving btrfs and there is no Linus' bitching required to push it!
    Regarding reiser4. I used to use it. Very efficient and decent fs but since it's...
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