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    Long time Fedora user, I've also been thinking...

    Long time Fedora user, I've also been thinking about switching to openSUSE or Arch. So the question is, which one requires less work (setup, maintenance) from my side SUSE or Arch (Manjaro, Antergos...
  2. With the minor difference that one doesn't need...

    With the minor difference that one doesn't need an additional driver to run the compiled x86 code. With this NVPTX stuff you have to rely on nvidia to support your platform/OS to be able to use it....
  3. go figure

    go figure
  4. Right, and that is why it has to be made a bit...

    Right, and that is why it has to be made a bit harder for some.

    Do you even understand, that you are defending/apologising all the lowlife haters and trolls out there (and here)?
  5. That ZeroMQ post is just silly. C++ is a (loose)...

    That ZeroMQ post is just silly. C++ is a (loose) superset of C. If some of the additional abstractions offered by the language don't do the job for you, don't use them.
  6. Lol, sure if my car used a linux kernel and its...

    Lol, sure if my car used a linux kernel and its main purpose would be to run software, I'd be somewhat annoyed to have to download/install blob drivers to make it run. But then I'd probably just buy...
  7. A quick look at the couple of responses in the...

    A quick look at the couple of responses in the mailing list seems to suggest that the Nouveau developers don't really have a choice than to work with what they get.
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    According to...

    According to http://www.blender.org/news/siggraph-2014-report/

    AMD says they should split the kernel, while Khronos president says a compiler should be able to build it... or am I reading this...
  9. Or you stick to stuff where you have access to...

    Or you stick to stuff where you have access to the source code, and leave the blobs to blob OSes. I know might sound like a purist option, but avoids the crazy complexity this blob handling solutions...
  10. Yes the dll issue was a bad example. But in the...

    Yes the dll issue was a bad example. But in the extreme case you will end with a separate environment for each different program. Doesn't sound that great either.
  11. All I see there, is that they want to introdice...

    All I see there, is that they want to introdice multiple runtime/framework support. DLL hell anyone?
  12. I don't get the problem. The drivers are dropped...

    I don't get the problem. The drivers are dropped when there are no maintainers to keep them working, aren't they?

    Want to have your old/exotic hw supported? Find/become a maintainer.
  13. You mean like Apple? The reason...

    You mean like Apple?

    The reason GL_ARB_compatibility exists is mainly due to Nvidia imho, as they've always been strongly opposed to the whole deprecation idea.
  14. Intel Gen4, yes that old crap, Mesa driver also...

    Intel Gen4, yes that old crap, Mesa driver also supports more OpenGL features than the Windows one and has higher performance. :)
  15. Those 16.7 millions colors are not optimized for...

    Those 16.7 millions colors are not optimized for human perception. Our eyes are nonlinear devices, and very good at noticing brightness changes. And with 24bit you only have 256 shades, means you...
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    Exactly, first they steal the rounded corners...

    Exactly, first they steal the rounded corners idea from apple and now they steal the programmable graphics idea from nvidia. Those samsung scums, no sense of decency at all. Sue them to hell nvidia...
  17. This was the first line and the header for your...

    This was the first line and the header for your little rant:


    Not amd mesa driver sucks or radeonsi sucks or amd open source opencl support sucks...
  18. So the GPU hanging/crashing because the backend...

    So the GPU hanging/crashing because the backend fails to compile a kernel (due to whatever missing functionality) is a LLVM bug and shows how much LLVM sucks right?

    From my point of view the...
  19. Fresh from the mailing list: So the LLVM...

    Fresh from the mailing list:


    So the LLVM version is already faster than the intel driver alone. After what, 2-3 months work?

    But yeah, LLVM is obviously an utter broken pile of shit, that...
  20. ROFL, that is not a LLVM bug you genius... But...

    ROFL, that is not a LLVM bug you genius...

    But keep on with you holy mission to spread FUD about LLVM.
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