You're not the only one.
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You're not the only one.
There is also a test image of mainstream Ubuntu 14.10 (Linaro 15.01) for those interested:
New Catalyst is scheduled for this week, so hold tight...
Riot Games is so rich, they would buy Canonical if they were interested. They don't care about a few thousand euros for some guy porting the game initially. They have other reasons for not supporting...
I came here to read about Ubuntu Phone, not some religious crap. Can moderators please put out some warnings (if this didn't happen before)?
There is some information on the project's site but honestly just don't put *really* important information on it or encrypt it/put it in a container before uploading. The servers are hosted locally...
I live in NRW/Germany, and we get 30 GB of free space in an ownCloud 7 instance as students thanks to a newly launched, government financed project:
Well, it works! Not sure...
Broadwell will be the first desktop CPU to offer Iris (in fact, Iris Pro HD 6200) graphics in mid 2015.
Ubuntu 15.04 is a lot closer to upstream GNOME again than Ubuntu 14.10 was at the time of release. New GTK+, Nautilus, etc. releases are in and unity-decorations better support some (but not all) of...
In the initial announcement they said it will be 50$ cheaper.
Dell actually plans to release a "Developer Edition" of the XPS 13 with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (with some Dell software adjustments) in the coming months, so I guess issues will get sorted.
AMD/nVidia use basicly the same OpenGL driver on Windows and Linux, it shouldn't matter too much for them.
Also, if you remember the hype around fglrx 8.41, when AMD Catalyst finally got a fast...
This is Intel's mainstream GPU. The fast one is HD 6100 (Iris) and the really fast one with dedicated memory is HD 6200 (Iris Pro).
Tamil = Mali T
Catalyst runs perfectly on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Are you building your own packages or using the four Catalyst-Ubuntu-Debs from AMD?
I hated the forum-login all the time, even if I *do* visit the forums. I start my day by reading news on feedly, and Phoronix is a big part of that. And when I open the article on Phoronix.com...
NVIDIAs current GPUs do not support DisplayPort 1.2a and thus will never support Adaptive Sync/FreeSync.
AMD supports it with all GCN 1.1/1.2 GPUs.
I am still excitied for Wayland/Mir, however, I am equally happy to say that X11 has improved so much in the last few years that I am not unhappy with it.
This is Phoronix forums logic, where Michael is a super-rich sellout and every article is made-up speculation without proof and useless.