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    Could you share dmesg and lspci/lsusb?

    Could you share dmesg and lspci/lsusb?
    I'd like to know the ASPM support.

    Thanks,
    Enih
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    QT

    why? GTK3 is dying.

    The world would be wonderful if Firefox/FlashPlugin could move from GTK to QT.
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    ASPM

    ASPM support is a must-have. Please add 'pcie_aspm=force' in boot-up parameters, and show dmesg.
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    Poll: Manjaro Features

    Manjaro shares many of the same features as Arch, including:
    Speed, power, and efficiency
    Access to the very latest cutting and bleeding edge software
    A 'rolling release' development model...
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    Poll: Manjaro is a casual user-friendly Arch.

    Manjaro is a casual user-friendly Arch.
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    Poll: Manjaro is fully compatible with Archlinux, and...

    Manjaro is fully compatible with Archlinux, and take no long to setup for benchmarking.
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    Poll: Arch-based Manjaro is more noob-friendly than...

    Arch-based Manjaro is more noob-friendly than Archlinux.
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    Poll: Arch-based Manjaro is a 'prepackaged' distro.

    Arch-based Manjaro is a 'prepackaged' distro.
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    use result to prove i am wrong. I would suggest...

    use result to prove i am wrong. I would suggest phoronix to test x86-32bit router vs x86-64bit router (download both images from www.pfsense.org)
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    I would suggest to benchmark all ipv4 related...

    I would suggest to benchmark all ipv4 related scenarios.
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    tcp/ip stack performance is also needed for 32/64bit comparison.

    Also, most of network/web tests are based on ipv4 which is 32bit, so there's no way to optimize it in a 64bit system.
    Phoronix, could you do more testing in ipv4 between 32/64bit systems?
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    Multi-thread on Broadcom Crystal HD Decoder with Flash 11.2????

    Are you the decoding will be multi-threaded in Broadcom Crystal HD Decoder with Flash 11.2?

    As far as I know, Broadcom Crystal HD is a single-process/single-thread hardware.
    ...
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    official lenovo linux forum, i forwarded the issue

    http://forum.lenovo.com/t5/Linux-Discussion/Lenovo-notebook-ASPM-issue-is-mentioned-on-internet-do-something/td-p/560387

    Lenovo users, pls second this post.
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    does this support conflict with kexec?

    does this support conflict with kexec?
  15. One suggestion to Kernel 3.x

    Please make the development branch splitted. Kernel 3.x can drop supports for old stack/framework/structure/drivers and make code clean and robust. Those old stuffs can still get support from 2.6.40+.
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    Some thoughts from an Arch user.

    1. Arch shows its advantages over other distros in 32-bit environment, because Arch packages are optimized for i686 whereas the most of others are optimized for i586 or ealier architecture. In other...
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    http://www.funtoo.org/en/articles/funtoo/quick-ins...

    http://www.funtoo.org/en/articles/funtoo/quick-install-howto/
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    If Gentoo consumes time, please test Funtoo.

    I know phoronix is not willing to test Gentoo due to its source-compiling philosophy. In this case, you may want to take a look at Funtoo, a variant of Gentoo (not a fork).

    Funtoo has built for...
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    CPU usage

    I thought CPU usage is quite important to be benchmarked, since it corresponds to power consumption, which is a big concern from laptop users.

    I should not be the only one who were looking forward...
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    filesystem types and solid harddisk

    Hi Phoronix,
    I just wanted to know which filesystem type is best suitable for solid harddisk. It would be appreciated if there could post article about benchmarks on various types of filesystem...
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