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    I'm aware, but I figured it would be possible to...

    I'm aware, but I figured it would be possible to at least set a fixed resolution higher than 640x480 in xorg.conf. These GPUs to my knowledge didn't have multi-monitor support, so that feature isn't...
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    That would have actually made a pretty...

    That would have actually made a pretty entertaining April Fools article.
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    What I'd really like to know is what was the...

    What I'd really like to know is what was the actual reason behind adding this? Even if there is anybody who is still using this GPU, why do they have the need for RandR? If for some reason they...
  4. I think the problem is people shouldn't have to...

    I think the problem is people shouldn't have to do that. Nautilus used to be a very powerful file browser without having to add any extensions. Now it's simplified to the point of being...
  5. It's a feature many people will use eventually. ...

    It's a feature many people will use eventually. Also, last time I had to deal with Steam servers being down was during a Christmas sale 2 years ago. Maybe it's just a regional thing?
  6. Hmm even with ubersampling? I've tried playing...

    Hmm even with ubersampling? I've tried playing Witcher 2 on my 290 and got pretty good results, but haven't tried ubersampling yet. I still haven't got around to playing the game beyond the...
  7. Though we REALLY don't need...

    Though we REALLY don't need yet-another-package-manager, I don't think it really matter that Canonical is doing this as long as Ubuntu retains some .deb support by default. If they don't allow deb...
  8. Hmm.... makes me wonder if this means the R9 300...

    Hmm.... makes me wonder if this means the R9 300 series will be released soon...
  9. The DWA-160 is another super cheap n compatible...

    The DWA-160 is another super cheap n compatible USB wifi adapter that, to my knowledge, is FOSS compatible. It works out-of-the-box in linux. If you open up the casing, I think there's a place for...
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    lol slow news day?

    lol slow news day?
  11. This is a great idea - it's a good way to...

    This is a great idea - it's a good way to convince more developers to contribute.
  12. And mechanical hard drives don't? Besides, it's...

    And mechanical hard drives don't? Besides, it's still unbiased test, because neither the filesystem nor the computer itself are controlling the optimizations - only the drive's controller is doing...
  13. That's exactly why I suggested it be included -...

    That's exactly why I suggested it be included - FAT32 is so basic that it shows nothing but raw I/O performance. It has no optimizations, it has no special features, and it is unbiased. That makes...
  14. I think including FAT32 would be a good "control"...

    I think including FAT32 would be a good "control" filesystem for these tests. It's very basic, so it is good at showing the raw performance of a drive. In other words, any tests that perform better...
  15. As I said in my post, Xephyr doesn't have full...

    As I said in my post, Xephyr doesn't have full hardware acceleration. Xephyr is really only good as a sandbox for another login - otherwise, it's overall a pretty lacking program. You CAN get 3D...
  16. Multiseat, when done properly, has a lot of...

    Multiseat, when done properly, has a lot of benefits over a VM. The main benefits are:
    * Immensely less disk consumption
    * Immensely less RAM consumption
    * Everything runs at bare-metal
    * Full...
  17. Unfortunately, it can't really be an extension. ...

    Unfortunately, it can't really be an extension. It's good for people who are too dumb or lazy to know how to file a bug report, and Firefox is a browser for the general public. That being said, if...
  18. Martin isn't an idiot. Maybe a little...

    Martin isn't an idiot. Maybe a little over-ambitious at times, but since so much of KDE is his doing, he has a much stronger idea of how a desktop environment works (and should work) than the...
  19. Hmm this was a pretty quick release compared to...

    Hmm this was a pretty quick release compared to 36. Either way - I'm glad MSE is getting a little more completed. It still has a ways to go but it's getting better.
  20. I'm not aware of LFE being a commercial name......

    I'm not aware of LFE being a commercial name... whether it is or isn't, almost all computer sound cards that support 5.1 or 7.1 audio have a LFE/center jack - usually the orange one, IIRC.

    Also,...
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