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Now you take the values of that benchmark:
mix them together,
and see that you will get much more FPS using something...
So you say Mesa/Radeon/Gallium is working much better/or at least equal for AMD HD 2xxx-4xxx legacy cards then fglrx-legacy? Especially using "no so always upstream" Debian?
FGLRX-Legacy 13.1 for AMD HD4xxxx and below would be nice…
…crossing fingers for a new licensing model…
I did a little digging in iodoom3.
For a university course I tried making a little starter kit for it. Here is the german documentation about it:...
You get a free light version of Unity3D with which you can do like everything, even sell games. The Pro version costs about $1500 per developer.
Unigine costs around $30000 per...
Wasn't L4D2 faster on Ubuntu than on Windows?
Didn't that Ubuntu use Unity? [http://blogs.valvesoftware.com/linux/faster-zombies/#comment-4328]
Just imagine a "KDE SC 4.9 - Suspended" … so much...
That was an old special until November 30 2011.
You forgot to do a </ironie> ;)
Most time you won't notice the difference because you are to far away.
OK. I haven't played with tessellation yet because my card can't do that.
But as I played...
Good news Kano:
" Posted Yesterday, 09:12 AM by watchvombat
Sorry guys, some plans changing.
We have published new update, but the demo release is shifted for the next week - we need to make...
You say it.
Just to add my experience:
1. Unity free version is a bit pain in the ass if you want to make something better but for lots of small things it's enough. And you can sell it:
How about a free SDK for free stuff?
Will there be Rift integration?
Why should one?
There are e.g. DarkPlaces, CrystalSpace, BlenderGameEngine, Torque, jMonkeyEngine, irrLicht, ShiVa, Linderdaum, ...
(lots to find here: http://devmaster.net/devdb/engines)
Also Unigine said something...
Last lines starting with "PS:".
Taking those words as requirenments:
"Are you looking to license the Onyx engine from them? Has inXile decided on an engine?
BF: We have narrowed it down to 2 engines (not Onyx) and are now...
Deswegen ist er doch gerade hier :D
Wo bleibt nun unser Steam und unsere Source-Engine für unser ach so geliebtes Lnux?
Wann ist es endlich soweit?
Welche Spiele sind beim Start dabei?
Not right now. But it will come.
Does somebody know when KDE 4.7 (4.8) could show up in Debian (Testing/Unstable/Experimental) ?
What is keeping them from updating it?