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    Elevator

    Did you use the elevator=deadline kernel parameter with XFS, as recommended? The default CFQ elevator does not work well with XFS. Setting elevator=deadline or even elevator=noop should provide...
  2. It's going to take more than compiler...

    It's going to take more than compiler optimizations to polish that turd.
  3. EGL is a simple API with a very specific...

    EGL is a simple API with a very specific specification. There should be no problem sharing an EGL driver between Wayland and Mir.
  4. Just call it 4

    If it's such a big change, why don't they just call it 4.0? Two-digit release numbers like 3.10 are clumsy, it looks the same as 3.1.
  5. Yes it does, according to the spec...

    Yes it does, according to the spec. See page 36. I'm happy about that, I like the new in/out syntax better. It doesn't affect speed, since it compiles to the same code, but it's nice that it will be...
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    I don't believe it's possible to support ES 3 on...

    I don't believe it's possible to support ES 3 on Ironlake. It just doesn't have the hardware necessary to support all of the features. New texture formats and new shading language features are...
  7. This level of performance is enough to use a...

    This level of performance is enough to use a compositing window manager with fancy effects. Before, this was not possible with Kepler unless you used the proprietary driver. I think it is a great...
  8. Holy shit guys, they're using a new compiler and...

    Holy shit guys, they're using a new compiler and custom compiler flags? Why hasn't anyone thought of this before? I bet Intel feels silly, they spend billions making a 10% faster CPU, and now it...
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    Thanks, Macpup looks pretty good. It says it uses...

    Thanks, Macpup looks pretty good. It says it uses about 100 MB after boot up, so I'll see how 64 MB + swap handles it.
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    E17 on ancient hardware

    A friend of mine has a laptop from 1999 which has 64 MB of RAM. Is that enough to run Enlightenment? Should I try Bodhi Linux or is there a lighter Enlightenment distribution? Obviously he should get...
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