Red Hat rules !
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Red Hat rules !
Martin Peres is an independent 'nouveau' developer, but yesterday landed in mesa a patch from him with a @linux.intel.com email address... I guess he finished its studies and have been...
I cannot edit my post anymore, but you're right. The problem occurs since glibc 2.15. It looks like it's an issue in the game though. More information here : https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/28093
I meant how much it cost in Bitcoin.
No it doesn't works. I wanted to pay with my credit card but PayPal needs to credit my PayPal account or another some sort of insane things I absolutely...
You will find here a translation of a tutorial I have done years ago on the french Fedora wiki page. I keep it up to date as far as I can.
Why a tutorial ? Because the game if not really...
How can I subscribe with Bitcoin ?
How much it cost for one year ?
... is not especially the graphics, it's the gameplay !
Few days ago I read the article Stunt Rally: Racing for Linux. I read this :
Seriously ?! SuperTuxKart, Extreme Tux Racer or Stunt...
It has openjdk 8 as a Technology Preview.
How does it compare/compete with virgil ?
Or maybe just implement PPAPI in Firefox :confused:
Yeah, ... sometimes..., but benchmarking Dota 2, Counter-Strike: GO (or Source), Civilization V should be more obvious :
And nobody plays OpenArena nor Xonotic, so they shouldn't be benchmarked that often.
No, AMD is currently developing an open-source kernel driver. The AMD's proprietary OpenGL driver will still be fglrx (and closed-source).
OK you confirm what I was saying : Direct3D doesn't have extensions. You must match a specific revision.
The fact is that you can do exactly the same with OpenGL. The OpenGL 3.2 API (for instance)...
I don't really understand the problem, at least for GL_ARB_texture_rectangle and GL_ARB_texture_multisample. These are mandatory part of OpenGL 3.1 and OpenGL 3.2 respectively. So if...
Yeah, exactly like W3C and HTML which suffers from different implementation in browsers. You seems to think it should be better to have Microsoft rules the HTML norm alone.
On the free world side, nouveau will have much more difficulties to run Beyond Earth than r600g/radeonsi.
There is already a multi-platform and open standard, which was even in the world 3 years...
Possible since kernel 3.15 : http://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_3.15#head-e6cf8178e4d5eafc23b0abda81974d2b71ffecf4
Explain why ? Technical points to share ? :p
Seriously, this is a technical decision. As a end user, I totally don't care if new hardware use a new kernel driver or not.
Wrong thread :o