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  1. Start the driver manually (i.e.: using modprobe)...

    Start the driver manually (i.e.: using modprobe) if you have to. And IIRC, it's


    acpi-cpufreq

    , not
    acpi_cpufreq
  2. Fedora doesn't have any of those. And I don't...

    Fedora doesn't have any of those. And I don't think RPMfusion hosts such stuff either.
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    These are really just the only things that are of...

    These are really just the only things that are of interest to me.
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    That's the problem right there. People want free....

    That's the problem right there. People want free. Never mind that virtually all mobile phone plans come with bundled data, they rather piggyback off someone else's and get it for free instead of...
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    Why will I want to share MY internet connection,...

    Why will I want to share MY internet connection, which I am paying out of my own pocket, with strangers and passersby? Are they paying me for it? No? Then they can bugger off. My subscription, my...
  6. Pretty much the truth. Just for the record, i...

    Pretty much the truth.

    Just for the record, i was playing with a Kabini notebook (A4-5000 iirc) i borrowed from a colleague. Slapped on Fedora 20 on it to see how kernel 3.11, mesa 9.2.3 and...
  7. Right. And suddenly, MATE (and GTK2) supports...

    Right. And suddenly, MATE (and GTK2) supports Wayland by magic.
  8. That performance drop is so minor and...

    That performance drop is so minor and statistically insignificant, I can't see any end user losing sleep over it and skipping a kernel upgrade unless they are just being pedantic.
  9. You still need an abstraction layer like the BIOS...

    You still need an abstraction layer like the BIOS (or EFI) for desktop ARM to be feasible. I don't want to have to mess with special hardware-specific hooks just to install an operation system into a...
  10. For some reason the linked blog refuses to load...

    For some reason the linked blog refuses to load for me; keeps getting timeouts.

    Is this fallback done automatically, like a simple


    if (driver == i915 || radeon || radeonsi || nouveau ||...
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    And remember to mention the driver nightmares...

    And remember to mention the driver nightmares when getting it to work with GDI-only enterprise printers, Windows shares, not being able to join Active Directory domains or push down Group Policies,...
  12. You still need the asset data for the game to run...

    You still need the asset data for the game to run anyway.

    And that data is available only on the original game disk. Same for JO and JA.
  13. Yo Wolf, nice to see you again. Take my...

    Yo Wolf, nice to see you again.

    Take my advice: don't waste another second of your precious time on the organism you are talking to.

    Notice how he really only shows up when there's...
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    The one thing which i hope RPMland distributions...

    The one thing which i hope RPMland distributions will adopt (and have very little hope in it happening) is the Debian style of multiarch where libraries are all packed into a centralized location...
  15. Great, this implies the presence of at least 1x...

    Great, this implies the presence of at least 1x mPCIe slot.
  16. That's not very smart. The "high-end" Atoms will...

    That's not very smart. The "high-end" Atoms will eat into Intel's margins for low-power Celerons and Pentiums.
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    OT abit, but BLAS libraries? Are you trying to...

    OT abit, but BLAS libraries? Are you trying to run LINPACK or something?
    Just curious. If so, don't use the PTS version of LINPACK, just get one of the Intel optimized linpack binaries.
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    You get the HotSpot JVM with Oracle's version. ...

    You get the HotSpot JVM with Oracle's version.

    Not sure what VM OpenJDK uses. At least, in v6 and v7 it wasn't HotSpot.
  19. I don't think anyone here has ever claimed that...

    I don't think anyone here has ever claimed that Microsoft and its tools are perfect. :p
  20. It's not just about having easier rollbacks;...

    It's not just about having easier rollbacks; higher-level support is important.

    Back in my schooling days (during the Vista period) I was working as a temp in my campus's IT support dept to earn a...
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