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    Yes, what I tell everyone is that Liquorix should...

    Yes, what I tell everyone is that Liquorix should perform worse where throughput is concerned. Sometimes Liquorix wins in throughput because a patch was backported from the LKML to improve a corner...
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    Just thought I'd throw in my 2c. You guys have...

    Just thought I'd throw in my 2c. You guys have already covered a lot, so I thought I'd throw out some observations.

    Here's why we're whining.

    Using a radeon card in linux is like a bad...
  3. Not to bash your work on configuring CFS, but I...

    Not to bash your work on configuring CFS, but I think the behavior you're looking for in CFS has already been attained in BFS. For instance, when BFS was still in development, I worked with Con to...
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    Cool derailing bro, I would try not to confirm...

    Cool derailing bro, I would try not to confirm our observations if you're trying to defend yourself. And I really don't care if you have a handicap - everyone is responsible for their actions. If...
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    I think the problem is that Qaridarium's posts...

    I think the problem is that Qaridarium's posts are disrespectful to this community. I've never seen him agree with anyone and his responses to all who dissent are full of mockery and childish...
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    I believe JohnXfce is just a troll. He posted on...

    I believe JohnXfce is just a troll. He posted on the 10th and hasn't revisited the issue to back up his rant

    There are a lot of half truths, but that's pretty much it. A lot of what John...
  7. A lot of these discussions can be closed by...

    A lot of these discussions can be closed by looking at the issue using philosophy.

    The US violates the non-aggression principle. How? It invades a country without their permission and kill...
  8. No, less is more works well when you've exhausted...

    No, less is more works well when you've exhausted all other solutions or your focus is security. When you're tweaking a system, you look for what's the root cause for your performance loss and fix...
  9. b15hop, that's not how the kernel works. You...

    b15hop, that's not how the kernel works. You might have used a different subsystem, but you can't remove a subsystem that's required at boot. Also, the different subsystems' disadvantages probably...
  10. Which site, which browser/version? Websites...

    Which site, which browser/version? Websites exploit the browser, and sometimes if the browser uses OS libraries, vulnerabilities in the libraries themselves.

    A lot of us want to believe you, but...
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    It's dangerous because people think that's it,...

    It's dangerous because people think that's it, they're done setting up their box. Then the first game or 3D application they run seems to indicate something is accelerated, however just very badly...
  12. Debian just became the most useless distribution...

    Debian just became the most useless distribution to put on a live cd. They should just remove the wireless drivers from the kernel on their installer / live cd so that they don't give the...
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    Hi GreekGreek, I don't offer a PAE version of...

    Hi GreekGreek,

    I don't offer a PAE version of the 32-bit kernel because, especially for 8 gigs, you should be running 64-bit. PAE also reduces throughput with memory operations and reduces...
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    Hey guys, the autogroup patch was updated again...

    Hey guys, the autogroup patch was updated again by Mike Galbraith to v4 on 2010/11/20.

    You can find the newest patches here: http://git.zen-kernel.org/zen-stable/ - specifically this patch:...
  15. These patches are now part of the Zen-Kernel...

    These patches are now part of the Zen-Kernel sources: http://git.zen-kernel.org/?p=kernel/zen-stable.git;a=summary

    If you do not want to use our master branch, we keep each feature available in...
  16. Yes, 2.6.35 already had the necessary bits, no...

    Yes, 2.6.35 already had the necessary bits, no extra backporting is required.
  17. I backported them two days ago ->...

    I backported them two days ago -> http://git.zen-kernel.org/?p=kernel/zen-stable.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/mm-2.6.34

    You'll want to merge this branch into your 2.6.34 kernel tree.
  18. Hey guys, 2.6.34 needed more backporting than I...

    Hey guys, 2.6.34 needed more backporting than I thought. Merge the branch available here to backport 2.6.35's memory management to 2.6.34:...
  19. Patches have been available in the zen-kernel.org...

    Patches have been available in the zen-kernel.org git repository for some time.

    2.6.35: http://git.zen-kernel.org/?p=kernel/zen.git;a=commit;h=6d1a3963a64325da2bc5d975c8df2807fc826af5

    2.6.34:...
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    AMD probably has less developers working on the...

    AMD probably has less developers working on the Linux driver. Their development is basically, fix it when it breaks. nVidia probably looks for signs of deprecation and fixes kernel bugs early. The...
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