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  1. It's extremely interesting if Michael's data can...

    It's extremely interesting if Michael's data can point out app Z is bottlenecked by YPU on card X, but not on the blob. That's the kind of data that only multi-card benchmarking can provide.

    Also...
  2. When comparing different drivers, the CPU and GPU...

    When comparing different drivers, the CPU and GPU usage should always be included. Yes, radeontop still requires root on most kernels, type "sudo phoronix-test-suite" :P
  3. People will happily do so as long as there's...

    People will happily do so as long as there's PowerVR in iToys.
  4. Just curious, where do you still have this? For...

    Just curious, where do you still have this? For me it was all solved with KMS several years ago.
  5. I don't think anybody mentioned this yet, but...

    I don't think anybody mentioned this yet, but journald compresses by default. Strings will be useless in recovering corruption when the file is compressed.
  6. Well, people *have* used emacs as pid 1, as it...

    Well, people *have* used emacs as pid 1, as it does everything. Thus it's clearly superior to systemd, which doesn't even include a text editor, web browser, psychiatrist, or tetris.
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    That was awfully sage of them to pick that as a...

    That was awfully sage of them to pick that as a criteria way before gtk3 existed ;)
  8. Yes, just like the decision to go with systemd ;)

    Yes, just like the decision to go with systemd ;)
  9. You are so wrong it's funny. How much does Nvidia...

    You are so wrong it's funny. How much does Nvidia pay you?

    G-sync is in no way "an implementation of Vesa AdaptiveSync". It cannot be, because Vesa AdaptiveSync is AMD's FreeSync - AMD pushed it...
  10. It does.

    It does.
  11. Too bad this stutters and uses a ton of cpu in...

    Too bad this stutters and uses a ton of cpu in most browsers. Apparently no browser caches the base64-thing-in-SVGs.
  12. Did they really use motif in 2005?

    Did they really use motif in 2005?
  13. Huge pockets + not much actual walking? Like, any...

    Huge pockets + not much actual walking? Like, any distance longer than a car is travelled by car? :P
  14. Oh, I see you need to disable dpm to get that...

    Oh, I see you need to disable dpm to get that debug output. radeon.dpm=0 drm.debug=2
  15. The gorilla had recently contracted Ebola and...

    The gorilla had recently contracted Ebola and knew his days were numbered. What better way to go out than with a bang, fighting the demon?
  16. Linus has said in interviews how that NT test was...

    Linus has said in interviews how that NT test was considered a bug report, and promptly resulted in improved web server performance on Linux.
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    Since when is vbulletin "links -g" compatible :P

    Since when is vbulletin "links -g" compatible :P
  18. Boot with drm.debug=2, check dmesg for what...

    Boot with drm.debug=2, check dmesg for what states are found.
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    It's a trap, obviously. And not the good kind of...

    It's a trap, obviously. And not the good kind of trap either.
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    Just days after it was reported Intel Valleyview...

    Just days after it was reported Intel Valleyview supports VP8 in hardware?
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