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I have a better solution, don't use a kernel that restricts your freedom to install what you want.
Once Wayland supports not applying compositing to full screen games and NVIDIA publishes a Wayland driver, I have no reason to use X.org anymore. It will be finally nice to not have to use technology...
So does this mean NVIDIA support for Wayland is confirmed?
As long as NVIDIA allows Nouveau to redistribute the firmwares and end users don't have to hunt for it, sure go for it. The end-user couldn't care as long as their card works.
It could possibly poll for new directories.
I believe Direvent can recursively monitor directories whilst inotify can't.
So to sum up the video in one sentence, Wayland-based compositors don't run like crap in the way X11 does?
Couldn't help myself.
I hope it actually works, I've mostly dumped AMD for nVidia over their Linux, and Windows, drivers.
Radeonsi works great for everything but games
Android L is supposed to ship with Linux 3.10, although the preview images still use 3.4
Thanks for the reply.
That's great, I'm not a very fond of the metallic look, but that's just my taste.
Whilst I like the new visual improvements, I'm still not a fan of the default theme used for applications though.
I'm guessing this is a joke?
Hasn't Ubuntu been trying to do this for the last decade.
I'd happily give up more performance if it gave me more battery life.
I played it, took me 10 minutes to do everything and quit.
Best game hands down.
I don't care what anyone says.
The UI is still awful, but at least you can hide offline contacts now and they don't dump all the extended settings into one overflow menu.
Still no mark all as read, but at least notifications...
Now that makes sense.
Basically Canonical want a permission system similar to OS X. The current gksudo,gksu interfaces are very easy to fake.