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    would you elaborate? I doubt GTKs inability to...

    would you elaborate? I doubt GTKs inability to look like the windows version.
  2. It's dependency based and specifying dependencies...

    It's dependency based and specifying dependencies is quite easy and reliable.
    in contrast to other init systems it's bookkeeping of what processes belong to what job is working . other init...
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    I agree with the rest. Considering the error...

    I agree with the rest. Considering the error messages... Did you try the latest version of gcc? Version 4.8 changed a lot for the better.
  4. I'm wondering how the GTK+speed can vary that...

    I'm wondering how the GTK+speed can vary that much across the desktops. I guess it comes all down to the speed of the default theme engine of the desktop and less to the speed of the compositor - if...
  5. As much as I like the radeon driver.... yet, he...

    As much as I like the radeon driver.... yet, he wrote that's it's useless if you play games... not useless in general. At least in this thread. And I have to agree with him, that programmers seem not...
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    What about debian?

    Does anybody know, wether these changes can also be found in Debian -- either originated there or where backported?

    It would be nice to have a speed up for my OpenRD server :)
  7. Benchmark update

    Hi!

    As an uptate to my last posting, I added the results of the intel compiler to the GCC/Pathscale bench.

    http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1106162-GR-1106167GR06


    export CFLAGS="-O3...
  8. Am I doing something wrong?

    Hi!

    I'm evaluating the speed of the pathscale compiler. So I downloaded the nightly version from their homepage and ran some programs I compiled using this very compiler and compared the speed...
  9. Figures flawed?

    Hmmm... strange. One should expect that you get the amount of usage of graphic hardware brands when adding up the percentages of the specific drivers. Yet, this does not work, at least for Intel and...
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    By the way, Michael, you can download debian...

    By the way, Michael, you can download debian packages of the stream-sdk from http://forums.amd.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=390&threadid=125792.
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    Yes, it works fine, even on AMD machines with...

    Yes, it works fine, even on AMD machines with NVidia GPU. But I don't know
    if AMD's stream-sdk works on Intel CPUs. - technically it should work fine, but I never tried it.
  12. You mean GTK+-devs? As you surely know there is a...

    You mean GTK+-devs? As you surely know there is a theme for gtk+ with does it's drawing using Qt. And also the dialogs can be exchanged to use Qt dialogs (using some preload trick).
  13. Inofficial Packages

    Hi!

    At least there are inofficial Debian packages which make installation quiet easy.

    http://forums.amd.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=390&threadid=125792

    They are regularly updated.
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    Hmmm... I used it yesterday. Working from at home...

    Hmmm... I used it yesterday. Working from at home and logging in to your number cruncher at university via SSH and plotting data via gnuplot's X11 terminal works fine here.
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    But any app using KDE libs is a KDE library. In...

    But any app using KDE libs is a KDE library. In Gnome 2.30 or 3.0 there won't be any libgnome and stuff anymore so you'll have only GTK+ apps.
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    Which is slow and makes plug-ins crashing. I had...

    Which is slow and makes plug-ins crashing. I had to disable it...
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    Btw. What makes an app a gnome app?

    Btw. What makes an app a gnome app?
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    I know. The first one is to prevent creating a X...

    I know. The first one is to prevent creating a X window for every widget and to make the code more portable, the second one is for drawing -- well -- decorations on the client side (something like...
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    Since Gnome 1.4, but not constantly. I also used...

    Since Gnome 1.4, but not constantly. I also used KDE 2/3 in between but always came back for different reasons.

    Well, Gnome is quiet plugable as is KDE. Currently you can choose the WM you want,...
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    GTK+ 2.18 vs. 2.20

    This very fast graphics is said to come from client side windows. But this was introduced already in 2.18. So there are two options:


    client side windows where somehow disabled in karmic's...
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