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    I know this isn't a wayland thread, but the lack...

    I know this isn't a wayland thread, but the lack of "remote rendering" is a no go for me... I like being able to use gvim from my headless server.

    Given Valve's involvement thusfar in testing GPU...
  2. We have very different ideas of what makes a good...

    We have very different ideas of what makes a good keyboard. I'm using an apple bluetooth keyboard since my apple wired AL mini keyboard died. I have no use for a number pad at home, and hate full...
  3. I could use the gentoo init file, except that...

    I could use the gentoo init file, except that it's not a sysV init file. It is not standalone and depends on other bits of software to work (namely runscript) and includes dependancy info in the init...
  4. Is this supported such as "./configure...

    Is this supported such as "./configure --only-udev && make && make install"? If not it makes it a huge pain to get just one part.


    Yep that is what I mean.


    Nope I haven't looked at them at...
  5. As a note Gentoo also supports other kernels like...

    As a note Gentoo also supports other kernels like BSD. It also supports prefixes (mostly) and a number of other crazy setups. so add gentoo to debian in the first comment.

    Is there a supported way...
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    SLiM

    how does this compare to SLim? SLim has even fewer dependencies; X11, libjpeg, libpng, freetype.
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    Yes, But two issues; 1) i still need to download...

    Yes, But two issues; 1) i still need to download the systemd source if all i want is udev. 2) i have build systemd if all i want is udev. To build systems I also need dbus installed. Not all systems...
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    A quick bit of math: *CPU is really 125W *12V...

    A quick bit of math:
    *CPU is really 125W
    *12V line is 168W
    if those are true, then the VRM eff is 74.4%. That seems a bit low, but not crazy where I dismiss it outright. Considering the temps the...
  9. low power kepler

    It's about time they released a single PCI-E plug kepler card. I was beginning to think i was going to be stuck on my GTS450 forever in my silverstone SG05. There are only 350 watts of power...
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    distributions...

    So why can nvidia make it work? From what I can tell they have an "opensource" part and a binary driver part. They then wrote a bash script that unextracts all of this, compiles the source part for...
  11. So when is wayland going to be stable? You know...

    So when is wayland going to be stable? You know so there is something to target. I also thought that wayland could use Xorg drivers?

    How would KMS be helpful without an in-kernel driver?

    As...
  12. stable and unstable "repos" in gentoo.

    You are misunderstanding "stable" and "unstable" in the gentoo world. Stable has gotten much much better in the last few years.


    #eix -e mplayer
    [I] media-video/mplayer
    Available versions:...
  13. WOOHOO!! I like the XML output in ffprobe. It...

    WOOHOO!! I like the XML output in ffprobe. It will make getting video info much much easier in python.

    Anyways, much better than trying parse the normal output. Now all ffmpeg needs, is a nice...
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    Reasons or me not to run PA. Because I have...

    Reasons or me not to run PA.

    Because I have multiple users playing sound at the same time (XBMC and MPD) Which is not a supported pulseaudio configuration... My server/HTPC
    Because It doesn't...
  15. Hmm, I don't have a keypad on my keyboard (mini...

    Hmm, I don't have a keypad on my keyboard (mini Apple Aluminum wired keyboard same layout as the bluetooth one now) so this doesn't seem to work. Also I'm still running xorg-server-1.10 here on my...
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    This is true, right up until you want to rebuild...

    This is true, right up until you want to rebuild a software raid array...




    Very few of these seem to support high bit rate high profile high level h264 (think 25MB/sec 1080P high profile...
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    purpose/market

    Okay, I keep looking at these ARM boards off and on and keep asking myself what would I do with it.


    File Server, no go not enough SATA ports or an expansion slot.
    HTPC, Not enough grunt to...
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    Interesting, I'm guessing those are from...

    Interesting, I'm guessing those are from sys-fs/udftools? http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-udf/ (#qfile udffsck)
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    I'm out of the loop I guess, but what actually...

    I'm out of the loop I guess, but what actually uses exFAT? I have yet to run into a USB flash drive formatted with exFAT.

    So when would using exFAT over say ntfs or FAT32 be a good idea?
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    Edit your grub.conf, open a ticket with your...

    Edit your grub.conf, open a ticket with your distro, and/or call/write the support for your computer and ask them to fix it, carry a power cord or spare battery with you.

    I'm not a kernel dev,...
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