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  1. AMD, please read this!

    AMD, please read this!
  2. Fedora 21, X.org 1.16, AMD E-450 (Evergreen). ...

    Fedora 21, X.org 1.16, AMD E-450 (Evergreen).

    Switching from EXA to GLAMOR improves gtkperf by 20%.
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    Boycott systemd. Because it's way easier to...

    Boycott systemd.

    Because it's way easier to code a webpage than to code a sane systemd replacement.
  4. The Gentoo spirit lives on!...

    The Gentoo spirit lives on!
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    s/NSA/Mossad/g

    s/NSA/Mossad/g
  6. Remember that Intel free drivers were initially...

    Remember that Intel free drivers were initially written in an era when Gallium3D was an afterthought, and was simply not ready. The Intel driver team has expressed they don't want to rewrite their...
  7. And GCC 2.96.

    And GCC 2.96.
  8. AFAIK, Tumbleweed is what you will use if you...

    AFAIK, Tumbleweed is what you will use if you want a semi rolling distro (application updates over a stable core). Factory is a fully rolling distro, and has the potential to be very unstable...
  9. I was referring to governor tweaks. I'm using...

    I was referring to governor tweaks. I'm using currently 2 sets of tweaks, but they might be outdated.

    First set:


    /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/ondemand/sampling_down_factor = 6...
  10. Is there a workaround we can use right now to...

    Is there a workaround we can use right now to replicate this?
  11. Yes, they are truly reproducible, save for two or...

    Yes, they are truly reproducible, save for two or three distro-specific tweaks. I've applied those tweaks in Fedora to good effect.

    The only distro I know about that does the 'magic faerie dust'...
  12. We, users, have only one question, and one...

    We, users, have only one question, and one question only.

    Does Torus Trooper compile? :D
  13. Arch isn't inherently faster than any Linux...

    Arch isn't inherently faster than any Linux system.

    OTOH, a Linux system tuned according to the guides published in the ArchWiki is WAY faster than any other Linux system.
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    You really don't know how the GNOME release...

    You really don't know how the GNOME release process works. Unstable changes: odd releases (3.11, 3.13). Stable releases, ready for public consumption: even releases (3.12, 3.14).
  15. [root@hydragiros ~]# cat...

    [root@hydragiros ~]# cat /etc/udev/rules.d/60-io_schedulers.rules
    # Set deadline scheduler for non-rotating disks
    ACTION=="add|change", KERNEL=="sd[a-z]", ATTR{queue/rotational}=="0",...
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    I still miss how things were in the past with...

    I still miss how things were in the past with Creative Labs. They used to have a management who cared about open source, but after the Audigys, that changed.

    Owner of the last Creative Labs sound...
  17. Exactly. In 1984 Amiga, C64, MSX, were just toys...

    Exactly. In 1984 Amiga, C64, MSX, were just toys for the IT pros using UNIX. X11 was going to solve the needs of computers costing hundreds of thousands of dollars, who needed to display lots of...
  18. Intel 740 is more like "Gen -1", you are on Gen...

    Intel 740 is more like "Gen -1", you are on Gen 4, don't worry.

    Everything listed here is useless today and I haven't seen any of those graphic chipsets on the wild today, except SiS. But I've...
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    There's none.

    There's none.
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    I think the real meat here is: were you expecting...

    I think the real meat here is: were you expecting a KDE 4-like breakage for KDE 5? That won't happen. It's already faster than KDE 4.
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