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  1. Or someone at Sony Mobile said: "What the fsck...

    Or someone at Sony Mobile said:
    "What the fsck was that? Get you shit together or we will never consider your hardware, and sue you for the damage in cost and reputation when you accuse us of...
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    More like a "Yay, hardware not behaving like the...

    More like a "Yay, hardware not behaving like the documentation/hardware the developers have!".
    Something similar happened to me before. Worked nice on my desktop, but on my laptop it did not. It...
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    Link to patch:...

    Link to patch:
    http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/mesa-dev/2013-February/034728.html

    No a nice one-liner anymore tho.
  4. You know that that could be a good thing when it...

    You know that that could be a good thing when it comes to reproducibility?
    I have been unable to reproduce bugs from time to time when compiling with O0, but also the other way around. Most of the...
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    If I have got things right (which I seldom have)...

    If I have got things right (which I seldom have) the thing here is that there are two ways of hooking up the hardware, and it comes down to which GPU is hooked up to the output (the physical...
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    I want to see your bugreports to prove it.;) ...

    I want to see your bugreports to prove it.;)

    You are somewhat right in that Fedora may be a bit more flakey then Ubuntu, but my experience is that that is because Fedora actually fixes teir bugs...
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    I like how you fail to understand your own quote....

    I like how you fail to understand your own quote.

    Say that newer kernel introduces the possibility of some new features when it comes to how modules/firmwares are handled, and you want your system...
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    I think the problem is not with Canonical...

    I think the problem is not with Canonical gathering data here, but that they let Amazon buy itself the possibility to get this information directly from the users computers without a clear...
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    It is a good thing that you highlighted the most...

    It is a good thing that you highlighted the most important part yourself. Because there has never been reports of closed source programs not getting stuff done. Or closed source stuff doing things...
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    Or a 2xx card with a descent bios. My card (a...

    Or a 2xx card with a descent bios.
    My card (a 3dClub 285GTX) is set in bios to boot at top speed, probably hoping that the driver will take over and clock it down later. It pulls loads of power...
  11. So where in this test do you think Michael hit...

    So where in this test do you think Michael hit those performance-losses a SSD can show due to too heavy wear?
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    His comment was about how udev was handled in...

    His comment was about how udev was handled in general and the philosophy behind the firmware-loading specifically. However he also had a comment about how udev had been incorporated into systemd, and...
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    The only sad part I can see is how people talks...

    The only sad part I can see is how people talks about how only the *masked* version of udev is without support for *unmounted* /usr. That only clearly shows how little those people tend to use their...
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    Well, let me google that for you...

    http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/reload

    In short t seems to be a bit of code that has become magic, that is it does loads of thing, but noone has really any knowledge anymore of how, and sometimes why....
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    I always have troubles seeing Rawhide as a...

    I always have troubles seeing Rawhide as a rolling-release-thing. This since Rawhide for me is where people commit anything, no matter how broken it is. There is no quality control. And once in a...
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    I remember people saying the same thing about...

    I remember people saying the same thing about Firefox (or Firebird as it was named back then) when it came...
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    Google cares about it enough to spend money on...

    Google cares about it enough to spend money on Coreboot (and not only because of chromebook IIRC, but because of the possibilities to have one remote interface for all their boards/servers)....
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    He has missed one point in why you do not want...

    He has missed one point in why you do not want LLVM on a server: if you really care about security, you really do not want in-memory code that is changeable and executable unless hard restricted in...
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    There are many devices using directfb, just not...

    There are many devices using directfb, just not many desktops.
    And wayland has the momentum to become something because of the benefits, and that there are lots of devs/distros encouraging it.
  20. Thanks for reminding me, that was it. Strange, I...

    Thanks for reminding me, that was it.
    Strange, I was sure I had tested that version...
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