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    No that's true. If you want Coreboot support, AMD...

    No that's true. If you want Coreboot support, AMD is your only option (for x86).
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    I agree that it's too expensive. For $178 you can...

    I agree that it's too expensive. For $178 you can get an Intel NUC with 2 GB ram (double that of this board), and you can expand with more RAM later, if necessary.
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    Hi nerdopolis Do you think you can get...

    Hi nerdopolis

    Do you think you can get Chromium working via the Ozone backend? I see they just released a preview:...
  4. No, it's not for stolen Chromebooks. That message...

    No, it's not for stolen Chromebooks. That message is shown when the verified boot mechanism is turned off, allowing you to boot your own, customized kernel.

    Google basically has two options if it...
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    No I don't know anything about Mir. I don't think...

    No I don't know anything about Mir. I don't think they've settled on anything yet, seems like they're still working on that.

    If you can find where they host their mesa fork, you can see what...
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    Another thing it provides is simply speed. Having...

    Another thing it provides is simply speed. Having it all in one buffer/texture means not having to do additional copying, as opposed to if you receive the decorations and client surface in two...
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    Wayland depends on a non-standard extension to...

    Wayland depends on a non-standard extension to run with the DRM backend (ie. not within X).

    http://cgit.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa/plain/docs/WL_bind_wayland_display.spec...
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    Can someone explain what this server-side buffer...

    Can someone explain what this server-side buffer allocation is all about? Doesn't a client request a buffer via the display server already in Wayland?
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    What? When has this happened? Where can I get the...

    What? When has this happened? Where can I get the more or less working Wayland ports of GNOME Shell and KWin?


    Canonical's investor is Mark Shuttleworth. Canonical doesn't need investors (I'm...
  10. Why not just let the application continue drawing...

    Why not just let the application continue drawing like usual, and use the live, ever-changing buffer surface of the application as the preview? That way, a lot of things will "just work", like:...
  11. Wayland does not dictate how a minimize event...

    Wayland does not dictate how a minimize event should be handled. That's entirely up to the compositor/WM. But I think it makes sense to put this in the core protocol, or else all WMs (KWin, Gnome...
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    Disregard this message. It works. I think the...

    Disregard this message. It works. I think the problem was that I was building it while running weston, so it couldn't overwrite the already existing weston executable.
  13. XWayland works pretty well for me. The radeon...

    XWayland works pretty well for me. The radeon driver needs to fix a bug that crashes it when dragging a tab to a new position in Chrome, otherwise XWayland works fine.

    Here's a screenshot of a...
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    wip/csd-for-review doesn't work for me currently...

    wip/csd-for-review doesn't work for me currently (no CSD when run with the Wayland GDK backend). wip/csd does, however.
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    So does Wayland, by the way. Only their...

    So does Wayland, by the way. Only their modifications have made it into mainline mesa.

    http://wayland.freedesktop.org/architecture.html#heading_toc_j_2...
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    What? Linus doesn't use Unity?

    What? Linus doesn't use Unity?
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    https://plus.google.com/100409717163242445476/post...

    https://plus.google.com/100409717163242445476/posts/jDq6BAgdpkG
  18. I think what renox was trying to clarify is that...

    I think what renox was trying to clarify is that the X11 backend in Weston (x11-backend.so) is not XWayland, it's the backend that allows Weston to run inside an X environment. So, if you run Weston...
  19. I presume the module is loaded when you start...

    I presume the module is loaded when you start weston, and then weston listens for incoming RDP connections and allows RDP clients to control the session over RDP.
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    Now I get what this patch is about. I saw it on...

    Now I get what this patch is about. I saw it on the mailing list and though it related to C pointers, and some locking-mechanism in the Wayland/Weston code... Couldn't make much sense of it.
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