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  1. Having 1 and only 1 standardized package manager...

    Having 1 and only 1 standardized package manager and a standardized file system hierarchy (get rid of all the /lib /lib32 /lib64 /lib/<arch> differences between distributions) sounds exactly like the...
  2. [QUOTE=gilboa;437090] They install to...

    They install to different locations in the file system where there is no chance of interference, like how one can have both gtk2 and gtk3 libraries in the same system (or qt3 and qt4).

    Your point?
  3. OS X already does that with its Application /...

    OS X already does that with its Application / Utilities / (whatever other crap> folders and application DMGs.
  4. Good luck trying to unify all the differences...

    Good luck trying to unify all the differences between every single distribution on the planet.

    Especially those like

    - *-dev vs *-devel
    - /lib32 + /lib (pre-multiarch Debian-based, Gentoo and...
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    'Annoying'? It's completely not usable....

    'Annoying'?

    It's completely not usable. period.

    And the fastest, surefire way to trigger it is to launch a web browser (FF or Chromium) + Libreoffice and open 3 -5 tabs on the browser. Boom,...
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    No, rolled back to 3.13. I need this notebook for...

    No, rolled back to 3.13. I need this notebook for work.

    Anyway, judging from what is posted https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=79980#c117, drm-fixes-3.17 is not solving the issue.
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    Nice list of features, but it really does not...

    Nice list of features, but it really does not mean anything if the in-kernel drivers remain broken.

    RadeonSI's gpu lockup issues are still occurring randomly enough to be a major showstopper and...
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    The GeForce series were always meant to be a...

    The GeForce series were always meant to be a gaming-only card ever since it was first launched.

    Want 3D cards for professional work, Quadro. And Quadro only.
  9. Ok, im quite lost here. I know Nvidia's binary...

    Ok, im quite lost here.

    I know Nvidia's binary drivers support EGL; that is why users can install them on a computer running Fedora 20 + GNOME and still use Gnome as their desktop without any...
  10. So when will Catalyst support EGL? Fedora 20's...

    So when will Catalyst support EGL?

    Fedora 20's Gnome 3 desktop uses the EGL backends by default (which Catalyst doesn't), so installing Catalyst on F20 + Gnome essentially ***** up the entire...
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    Aww...KOF XIII is Windows only...and I don't have...

    Aww...KOF XIII is Windows only...and I don't have a dual-boot.

    Guess I'll just save up some cash for the PS3 version and use Remote Play to play it on my Vita.
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    So, if I buy a cheap OCZ-brand ssd, peel off the...

    So, if I buy a cheap OCZ-brand ssd, peel off the AMD Radeon sticker from my brother's boxed cards and stick them onto the ssd, I'll have a Radeon-brand SSD? :D

    On a more serious note, if AMD...
  13. Apple has always used Broadcom Wifi. And all...

    Apple has always used Broadcom Wifi. And all Broadcom wifi cards require firmware blobs to even initialize, and most require the proprietary wl driver to run, which some distributions already package...
  14. The Broadcom WiFi card in the Macbooks uses...

    The Broadcom WiFi card in the Macbooks uses blobs. End of discussion.
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    Konqueror should have been retired from KDE a...

    Konqueror should have been retired from KDE a long time ago. The KHTML rendering engine is just not up to par with today's needs (or maybe it's the other way round, that the websites of today don't...
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    Then just install the .run file directly from...

    Then just install the .run file directly from AMD's website and cease all kernel updates. Which is more important, a working display or an up to date kernel?
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    Unlike Linux, one can install XP-era drivers on...

    Unlike Linux, one can install XP-era drivers on Windows 8.1 and still have them work almost perfectly.

    And I'm doing that right one with an antique SiS WiFi stick that ceased to be supported in...
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    I know of two existing external repositories for...

    I know of two existing external repositories for the crystalhd driver:

    http://git.linuxtv.org/cgit.cgi/jarod/crystalhd.git/
    https://github.com/yeradis/crystalhd

    The LinuxTV repos have not been...
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    Not a chance. I'll just slap Windows on any...

    Not a chance.

    I'll just slap Windows on any machine that uses it (where possible). At least Broadcom supports their CrystalHD hardware with official drivers on Windows.
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    Big, big, big mistake.

    Big, big, big mistake.
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