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    What is the state of libva support for the...

    What is the state of libva support for the Ironlake chipsets? What kernel started support for it? What does support depend on? What's the future of libva products at Intel? (are all new chips going...
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    Careers in computer [science/engineering]?

    So I've made my choice for university... I'm doing biotechnology... but I'm not sure if chemistry is right for me... so I'm considering changing to computer science or computer engineering...
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    In my defense, I make my posts by playing russian...

    In my defense, I make my posts by playing russian roullette with the post numbers. :P


    Isn't Pulse just a replacement for ALSA+z, z being JACK, ESD, etc?


    It's very relevant to the idea of PC...
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    When it comes to making audio work better, why...

    When it comes to making audio work better, why not get game developpers to give Ubuntu and such a clear message, eg, you either put SDL and OpenAL on all shipping releases or you're not seeing games....
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    @Kano: I actually find that, in terms of an...

    @Kano: I actually find that, in terms of an "evil" scale, loading a firmware for an HD decoder is less bad than for a wifi chip. Especially since, correct me if I'm wrong, but won't this mean that as...
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    Well, until we see a rise in smartbooks or...

    Well, until we see a rise in smartbooks or VIA-based solutions. But even then, I'm not totally sure if Ion2+Nano will come out in a reasonable frame, with a reasonable price.


    Not necessarily...
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    Uh, I think I linked to that, and my mistake, it...

    Uh, I think I linked to that, and my mistake, it doesn't work that way. It seems to be a device to let you plug USB/SATA stuff into a miniPCIe slot.

    I've heard that mini PCIE is just pciex1....
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    Hmm, but it seems these things only have support...

    Hmm, but it seems these things only have support for h.264 @ 1080i?...

    Or are the ebay pages wrong?
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    Does it even cover HDCP? I assumed that was...

    Does it even cover HDCP? I assumed that was always done in CPU, isn't it? Or do the radeons/geforces do it in GPU?

    @whizse: have you checked dealextreme? I'd really like this in PCI or PCIEx1 too....
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    Wow, that's pretty effing amazing coming from...

    Wow, that's pretty effing amazing coming from broadcom! I remember when we used to curse that name. Heck, I was cursing it just yesterday as I tried to get a wifi chip working. :P (but it did work....
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    Sticky: I'm not a very long-time linux user. I started...

    I'm not a very long-time linux user.

    I started with Xubuntu 6.06. Was totally awful. At least compared to more modern versions of Ubuntu. But I guess it wasn't all bad considering it was Xubuntu's...
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    Felt the need to reply to this, nowhere does VIA...

    Felt the need to reply to this, nowhere does VIA use VDPAU, at least I can't find anything that confirms it.

    VIA's chipsets used to use their own xine, now the S3 Chrome discrete cards (NOT VIA at...
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    Just out of curiosity, what was wrong with the M3A78-EM that you had?...

    I've been thinking about putting together a PC soon enough, and I was going for that motherboard (mostly because it was...
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    Considering ATI have held their promise and seem...

    Considering ATI have held their promise and seem to have just released the 3D code (unless Phoronix is run by sickos who love to toy with my mind, which it isn't) I'd definately go for the HD4670...
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    I'd have to agree with Kano here. High end on...

    I'd have to agree with Kano here.

    High end on Linux: nVidia right now
    Mid range on Linux: ATI or nVidia (depends where you play your games)
    Low end: ATI or nVidia (but this doesn't really apply...
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    Found a ralink chipset that might just fit the...

    Found a ralink chipset that might just fit the bill!

    "Ralink RT2571W MAC/BBP"

    Is that Ralink 2500 you mentioned just a series? Like 25xx?
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    Which is easier to find, though? (and are there...

    Which is easier to find, though? (and are there lists of devices with atheros/those ralink chipsets in them?)

    And what about my Wii? My connection is only 512k though, so I assume anything better...
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    Thank you! Any reccomendations on wifi...

    Thank you!

    Any reccomendations on wifi chipsets to get?... I don't want anything too fancy; it just needs to be 802.11g, PCI or USB, and preferably something that I can easily shut off (so USB...
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    Turning Wifi dongle into host?

    Is there any way to turn a normal Wifi device into a host adapter?

    Like make my PC a router?

    I know Nintendo made one (but XP/Vista only) and there's this thing that might work under linux (but...
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    E-itx.com, anyone used them before?

    So as you know I'm constantly frustrated, but this made me jump for joy:

    http://www.e-itx.com/via-vb8001.html

    Anyone buy from them before?... I've never really heard of them but they've shown...
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