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  1. Has nothing to do with mesa or intel, crashes...

    Has nothing to do with mesa or intel, crashes because it required a newer libc than wheezy has to offer.

    Im still using Opera 12 now and then, chrom(e|ium) still feels sluggish and unfamiliar...
  2. Not the first time, they procided some...

    Not the first time, they procided some significant parts before
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PhyreEngine
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullet_(software)

    And since PS4 development started, they...
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    Support, with what... The last game they created...

    Support, with what...
    The last game they created was HL2 and its episodes, the rest was just a cash grab. I really dont understand the support they get. EA is often flamed but atleast they put out...
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    Basic alegra contains only addition and...

    Basic alegra contains only addition and multiplication, or stuff like SVD, Determinant aswell? For the first, probably some generic for_each + iterators are the best solution and dont even depend on...
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    If its on Steam it might aswell not exist, why...

    If its on Steam it might aswell not exist, why would I feed those leeches at Valve who are just concerned about grabbing money?
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    I dont think adding libraries that are of use for...

    I dont think adding libraries that are of use for a rather small part of the users as standard makes sense. The Java`s and DotNets already proved how much of a mess this gets with several hundred...
  7. Well, how much data are you talking about,...

    Well, how much data are you talking about, starting to write back data in free fall doesnt seem like a good idea to me. IMHO the heads should be parked immediatly, but from what I know HDDs have a...
  8. So how likely is a HDD to survive a impact with...

    So how likely is a HDD to survive a impact with (/without) the head parked (I doubt its enough time to stop and secure the platters... stopping rotating mass fast enough will cause trouble itself?)...
  9. And whats with the guys buying AMDs patents in a...

    And whats with the guys buying AMDs patents in a few years? (I kid)

    I think VDPAU is a damn nice thing for one, I had to look up that the AMD one is called XvBA and am surprised is still alive...
  10. Hopefully the new API wont be in sync with the...

    Hopefully the new API wont be in sync with the legacy stuff ever (hope I dint misunderstood what you meant).
    Its time for a clean-sheet approach, a compromise with OpenGL will lead to big...
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    Guess it comes down to how similar the cards are....

    Guess it comes down to how similar the cards are. Big changes in hardware need big changes in software, much more so if you want to efficiently use the hardware. At some point its not wise to have a...
  12. Debian is damn reliable, if you had some other...

    Debian is damn reliable, if you had some other distro (starting with U) that broke standard utilities like wget, killing quite a few of your scripts for months, beeing unable to connect to the net...
  13. Well, if you say "client" I assume some app you...

    Well, if you say "client" I assume some app you need to use for the games, not some optional "downloader" (most browsers can resume croken dl just fine so I dont see a big need for that kinda stuff)....
  14. Gog client, are you kidding? The very reason I...

    Gog client, are you kidding? The very reason I buy on gog is because there is no such nonsense.
    And yes they should work fine on Ubuntu (exceptions of course possibly)
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    If you read my post, then you might understand...

    If you read my post, then you might understand that the long discussions will them be held by multiple groups that really depend on some sort of estimate of "friction" between different versions. and...
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    If you have a running system and your product has...

    If you have a running system and your product has to meet strict safety standards then everything you change has to be argued and (re-)tested.
    Now consider this if you want to change from version...
  17. Clang is usually very thorough and close to the...

    Clang is usually very thorough and close to the standard, but then Clang-Windows seems to be an different animal since they lambdas are supported since 3.1 so what do I know.

    Hard to imagine its...
  18. Funny, I never said that. So you have reading...

    Funny, I never said that. So you have reading comprehension issues?
    x32: allows apps with 32 and 64 bit pointers, without different CPU Modes. You need, for the most part differently compiled...
  19. Usually yes, you need x32 libs (together with the...

    Usually yes, you need x32 libs (together with the regular 32bit and 64bit x86 libs that would mean possibly 3 sets of one library). In some cases you could get along with using 64 bit libs for x32...
  20. Naive question since I havent dealt with the...

    Naive question since I havent dealt with the subject for years, but aint OpenGL-ES basically a OpenGL with most of its insanity stripped out (and less features)?
    Instead of starting from scratch,...
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