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  1. Cant tell....

    Cant tell if OP is trolling or serious.
    Yes some long time users are not really pleased with the removal of lynx but there is ports and pkg_add so if you need it you would have the internet...
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    SOOO close, yep you seem to have the BSD...

    SOOO close, yep you seem to have the BSD community nailed Ill just go kill my self now thanks. Also its rare that linux takes the code to learn from it. But my point which you are totally missing...
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    The X11 portions are licensed MIT style. but they...

    The X11 portions are licensed MIT style. but they rely on KMS and GEM which rely in the kernel. Im mostly responding the the general sentiment that was on there earlier of linux did it and BSD needs...
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    Actually the point of the license is like all...

    Actually the point of the license is like all academic works, and to learn from it. The license is pretty standard fare. The point of the license is to allow for people to make use of stuff that was...
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    Actually that's not really the point of the BSD...

    Actually that's not really the point of the BSD licenses. Its actually an academic license that mandates you give credit where its due if you use it. Feel free to read the history on it before trying...
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    And you sir missed the point. They are not miffed...

    And you sir missed the point. They are not miffed that the code got taken, it happens. What they are miffed by is the attitude when they ask to get some of it back, it usually devolves into "DUR DUR...
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    The real issue about copying for the most part...

    The real issue about copying for the most part isn't the xorg bits though. They are generally licensed pretty well. Its the Linux kernel and Linux interface bits that xorg has relied more and more on...
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    Intel I can agree with, but Matrox? Last I...

    Intel I can agree with, but Matrox? Last I checked (its been a while since I have soo I will admit I could be wrong now) but try running the Parhelia in dual head, I remember seeing an entire forum...
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    My friend if you don't get that argument you must...

    My friend if you don't get that argument you must be relativity new to Linux. the first sets of linux drivers the ones before the version bump... lets just say IF you found them and IF you got them...
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    Yes I really really do thank ATI/AMD for all they...

    Yes I really really do thank ATI/AMD for all they have done and how far they have came soo fast, and while I don't want them to stop, it would be nice to see some more bug fixes for stopper problems...
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    yes but did you miss that part :P xine does have...

    yes but did you miss that part :P xine does have a native opengl playback module
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    The work around is sufficient but a real fix...

    The work around is sufficient but a real fix would be nice :P now if i could just get 8.8 to install right ill be happy. i just keep getting error: too many arguments to function 'smp_call_function'...
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    In the same token it can be said why use XV Xine...

    In the same token it can be said why use XV Xine and Mplayer do have an Native openGL mode ;) but yeah some bug fixes would kick ass... but I am sure they will come... I still have confidence
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    as I understand it, it is a throwback from the...

    as I understand it, it is a throwback from the days when the linux drivers had different version numbering than the windows ones. Soo while the catalyst package its self did a version jump to match...
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    if your still having issues with the checkerboard...

    if your still having issues with the checkerboard of doom another user pointed
    out that its kinda a regression bug and if you put "virtual X Y" with X being the next mutliple of 64 of your screen...
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    W00t cant wait till its on their site.

    W00t cant wait till its on their site.
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    Well honestly ive found in my past debugging...

    Well honestly ive found in my past debugging experience, the more ways you can reproduce the same bug, the easier it is to find the source. The trick is figureing out is if its the same bug or a new...
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    Yeah I noticed on my setup that the back buffer...

    Yeah I noticed on my setup that the back buffer was also displaying correctly (screenshots looked fine) and I really havent bothered with compiz yet makes me wonder
    if that is an extension of the...
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    I was wondering if I could get a few brave souls...

    I was wondering if I could get a few brave souls running 8.7 that have a problem with the wine "Checkerboard of Doom" to try something and see if they get video corruption off it. I was noticing when...
  20. Might i suggest if you don't need it commenting...

    Might i suggest if you don't need it commenting out the RadeonHD device and its corresponding screen sections. See if that helps, RadeonHD is known to fight with FGLRX if the some how manage to load...
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