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  1. 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...
  3. 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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    can't really say for everyone, but you could...

    can't really say for everyone, but you could build kde with those features disabled on gentoo. So it's not like it was obligatory.
  6. https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2013/10/30/video-int...

    https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2013/10/30/video-interoperability-on-the-web-gets-a-boost-from-ciscos-h-264-codec/



    That is misleading journalism, mildly speaking. Cisco will provide their own...
  7. i would check the cpu scheduler. similar thing...

    i would check the cpu scheduler. similar thing used to happen for me in psx emulators some time ago - it would stall every few seconds for up to 0.5 second. it was almost non existent with BFS last...
  8. i have a sneaking suspicion most of you never...

    i have a sneaking suspicion most of you never heard of gemRB project - it allows you to play classic baldur's gate games on wide range of systems.

    http://www.gemrb.org/wiki/doku.php?id=start
    ...
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    > unique racing game uh, yeah. i assume nobody...

    > unique racing game

    uh, yeah. i assume nobody has ever seen wipeout racing games. this is as close to an exact clone as it gets. i'm worried that they are very close to being in trouble with sony...
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    as long as it cannot handle lvm, dm-crypt and...

    as long as it cannot handle lvm, dm-crypt and ext4 i am not going to use it. it just won't be able to access my data on existing setup.

    similarily to converting from bsd to linux - i might...
  11. i think it'll take much quicker to catch up to...

    i think it'll take much quicker to catch up to more recent opengl specs. probably because opengl3 introduced the most features, and some features of higher specifications are already completed. it's...
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    well, if you can provide a good website that...

    well, if you can provide a good website that reviews linux indie games - you'll do us all a great service.
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    i just worry that kernel requires more and more...

    i just worry that kernel requires more and more disk space to build. there should be a convenient way to unpack it selectively, excluding subdirectories you do not need - afaik kernel buildsystem is...
  14. somebody explain - what is the point of measuring...

    somebody explain - what is the point of measuring time TO COMPILE a piece of software?

    it's obvious that more aggressive optimizations will increase build time, and -O0 will be the fastest.

    my...
  15. well it's still totally broken on SNB included in...

    well it's still totally broken on SNB included in dell vostro 360, so things are not yet stellar.

    also, the amount of SNB related bugs in general is a bit worrying.
  16. http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/amd-f...

    http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/amd-fx-8150.html

    bulldozer appears to be a major failure.

    it only wins in tasks that can be heavily multithreaded, and it's not very power...
  17. i hope not. after all linux is about supporting...

    i hope not. after all linux is about supporting as many hardware as possible.

    unless using vesa is good enough.
  18. it's just too bad that BFS + systemd is still a...

    it's just too bad that BFS + systemd is still a no go :/ (no cgroup support).
  19. this benchmarks are totally inadequate. BFS...

    this benchmarks are totally inadequate. BFS scheduler is designed to reduce LATENCY in desktop applications.

    i'd check for amount of frames dropped in some FPS game or quality of video capture...
  20. i think this guys have gotten it right somehow....

    i think this guys have gotten it right somehow. looks like sales are going strong.

    i just hope that earlier adopters will also be given an option to expand their purchase.
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