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    You Have Been Trolled. The articles here aren't...

    You Have Been Trolled. The articles here aren't written with the intention of being substantial or correct - they're there to grab as many ad eyeballs as possible, by stuffing as many...
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    It might be useful to add in a latencytop...

    It might be useful to add in a latencytop benchmark too, to see whether it really is the cause of all the stuttering mouse pointer problems.
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    IIRC the KMS stuff will be a huge gain for...

    IIRC the KMS stuff will be a huge gain for OpenBSD, since they can now do 3D without allowing a userspace process to scribble all over VRAM unchecked.
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    I'm not sure why this needs three pages, it's a...

    I'm not sure why this needs three pages, it's a no-brainer.

    Ignore nVidia completely. You have no use for it since you're dual-booting with Windows 7 already so you can do all your blob driver...
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    [[citation needed]]

    [[citation needed]]
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    Looking at the post above, it seems you need...

    Looking at the post above, it seems you need basic literacy, not a beta key.

    (It's officially over. Can we have these stupid threads locked now?!)
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    But the Intel setup is more likely to provide...

    But the Intel setup is more likely to provide battery life long enough to watch the entire video.
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    Still, at least they're trying. Unlike other...

    Still, at least they're trying. Unlike other we're-too-good-for-OSS companies.
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    docache seems pointless. Just do a readahead on...

    docache seems pointless. Just do a readahead on the filesystem image on the CD and it'll do the same, in the background, and still work on systems that can't cache the entire thing.
  10. Thread: forum colors

    by Ant P.
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    No, the BS here is you're using a browser that's...

    No, the BS here is you're using a browser that's perfectly capable of applying client-side CSS, yet you won't lift a finger yourself to fix this nonexistent problem.

    Shoo.
  11. If you're disk-IO-bound, you might be better off...

    If you're disk-IO-bound, you might be better off with xz instead of bzip2. The main problem is they haven't implemented multithreading yet...
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    I got a laptop with a PCI-E RT2860 recently and...

    I got a laptop with a PCI-E RT2860 recently and the experience is the exact opposite of what the article suggests.

    The driver's flaky and half-finished at best. It drops the connection randomly...
  13. More brownness? :D

    More brownness? :D
  14. It's still ugly compared to xorg.conf - in fact...

    It's still ugly compared to xorg.conf - in fact it looks almost like a bad BASIC dialect - but it's still a sight for sore eyes after having to hand-edit HAL's xml freak show.
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    I say go for the i3 and save the money, for that...

    I say go for the i3 and save the money, for that price difference you could get a low-end Radeon HD that'd still toast the i5's GPU. Doing so also gives you the benefit of leaving your options open -...
  16. Thread: Ban Qaridium

    by Ant P.
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    Poll: Wait, this place has one of those? I must've...

    Wait, this place has one of those? I must've missed it when I last looked...

    That changes everything! The guy can stay.
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    Broadcom hardware that actually works? It must be...

    Broadcom hardware that actually works? It must be a cold winter in hell this year.
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    x86-64 CPUs don't actually store everything in 64...

    x86-64 CPUs don't actually store everything in 64 bits, that would be stupid and wasteful.

    ~ $ cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep sizes
    address sizes : 48 bits physical, 48 bits virtual
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    If not that, I say an apology for his rudeness is...

    If not that, I say an apology for his rudeness is required.
  20. That's really not much of an achievement. Last...

    That's really not much of an achievement. Last time I used a recent-ish VIA graphics chip in windows it couldn't even render basic OpenGL correctly, let alone at speed.
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