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  1. Michael, I think you are doing something wrong...

    Michael, I think you are doing something wrong there!

    I just installed openSUSE 13.2 beta and the installer works fine for me. Even on a ThinkPad T500 from 2008 with a Intel Core 2 Duo CPU it's...
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    Well, I'm certainly not a GUI developer, but I...

    Well, I'm certainly not a GUI developer, but I liked the talk given by Dirk Hohndel at the Linux.Conf.Au:
    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTU2ODM

    He illustrated much of the...
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    libde265 - open h.265 codec implementation

    From https://github.com/strukturag/libde265:
    "libde265 is an open source implementation of the h.265 video codec.
    It is written from scratch in plain C for simplicity and efficiency.
    Its simple...
  4. openSUSE (or Fedora)

    I think the reasoning on relevance to readers is a bit off. It might well be that Ubuntu is the "most popular" distribution, that applies however largely to the non-tech guys/girls. :)

    Now, many...
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    LOL ubuntu and super computers? I haven't seen...

    LOL ubuntu and super computers? I haven't seen Ubuntu anywhere near a super-computer... and they still have a long way to go to get there!
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    Don't forget it's a mobile phone not a super...

    Don't forget it's a mobile phone not a super computer!

    I'm wondering what some people do with their mobile phone... I mean you are not supposed to run quantum mechanics simulation on that thing!
    ...
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    Just had to smile when reading the article. :) ...

    Just had to smile when reading the article. :)

    Nice comparison! And it seams that you like German beers very much... +1 from me!

    -Armin
  8. ... OK, that explains the early post and the use...

    ... OK, that explains the early post and the use of the French language. :-)
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    Despite the fact that the original post wasn't...

    Despite the fact that the original post wasn't one of the smartest, Dave has quite a direct way to point that out. :) I mean it wouldn't be the first time he gave such an answer either.
  10. and here we go, I was basically talking about...

    and here we go, I was basically talking about such a mainborad+apu combination (unfortunately the article is in German and I'm too lazy to dig out an English one, but you get the point):...
  11. The day they release a proper video acceleration...

    The day they release a proper video acceleration under linux (within either one of their drivers, catalyst or open-source) I will buy a HTPC with an AMD CPU+GPU or one of these APU thingies they...
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    WRONG: The AMD Stream SDK (as their runtime,...

    WRONG: The AMD Stream SDK (as their runtime, AFAIK) only supports Radeon HD 4xxx and higher. So that is not really a way to go for people with an 2xxx or 3xxx, as I'm. :(

    If I understood the infos...
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    @Qaridarium It's amazing how much crap a single...

    @Qaridarium
    It's amazing how much crap a single person can produce. I sometimes really like to read your posts, because they are just funny. :D
    However, some posts are pure crap (content +...
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    Ok you might also have to give the explicit...

    Ok you might also have to give the explicit kernel-option 'nomodeset' in the grub (bootloader) to avoid loading the Intel kernel modules.

    Additionally u should load the 'fglrx' module explicitly....
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    It seams you didn't get his question: He is NOT...

    It seams you didn't get his question: He is NOT asking for the switching feature, just the usage of the "ATI Catalyst" driver, which is certainly possible!
    Even with an active Intel IGP (not...
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    OK, by reading your post and the Xorg.log a bit...

    OK, by reading your post and the Xorg.log a bit more carefully I realized u are running xorg-server 1.7.5.1. It seams like u install the catalyst driver somewhat by hand, since you obviously use the...
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    Are u using the catalyst repository? If not I can...

    Are u using the catalyst repository? If not I can just highly recommend u to use it, it's (almost) totally pain free.
    Here a link to the wiki with more infos:...
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    :D on all my trips and stays abroad I realized,...

    :D on all my trips and stays abroad I realized, maybe the first sometimes even the only German word non-native-speaker learn is "Scheiße".

    No offense but for example Finns love that word, or at...
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    @markg85 it's quite simple in Archlinux, just...

    @markg85
    it's quite simple in Archlinux, just use the repos for the catalyst driver:

    [catalyst]
    Server = http://catalyst.apocalypsus.net/repo/catalyst/x86_64/

    In this repos you find: catalyst...
  20. Nice that you solved the problem. I'm just...

    Nice that you solved the problem. I'm just wondering how you can stick to such an old version of RHEL and start installing the "newest" fglrx driver. Isn't there always a combination of OS + driver +...
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