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    Since this issue (setting ASPM bits and ignoring...

    Since this issue (setting ASPM bits and ignoring BIOS) didn't seem to cause many crashes/device failure before, can't we set by default and create a black list for devices that have faulty BIOS ASPM...
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    Another thing to note is that Michael is getting...

    Another thing to note is that Michael is getting heavy flak from the readership for "sensational" postings without much substance (so far). AFAICT, the kernel development community has also chosen to...
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    Well, you obviously have a different...

    Well, you obviously have a different interpretation of tone than most individuals I've interacted with. It's a simple statement of facts. No one is pointing a gun at your head forcing you to...
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    It only appears that he is because he's reaping...

    It only appears that he is because he's reaping the benefits of a huge community but can only contribute what he can with limited time. Other companies such as Oracle and Red Hat can contribute much...
  5. Well, I think I am entitled to hold an opinion...

    Well, I think I am entitled to hold an opinion about how development works based on comments from devs, including Ted Tso and Con Kolivas. Essentially, devs run such exotic configurations that they...
  6. Unfortunately, desktop Linux is relatively...

    Unfortunately, desktop Linux is relatively neglected (in terms of testing, bug reporting, time, and focus).

    My guess is that it's probably an issue that affects desktop configurations. If it...
  7. Well, Dave, I'd like to hear an actual...

    Well, Dave, I'd like to hear an actual substantive discussion on the merits of the issues rather than a simple ad hominem attack. Well, all right. I'll give in to the temptation. How's it like...
  8. This is a real issue. I doubt that some silly PTS...

    This is a real issue. I doubt that some silly PTS config or faulty default resulted in consistently higher power usage across the board on a variety of testing platforms. A true bisect of the kernel...
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    To be fair, that's the time to initial support...

    To be fair, that's the time to initial support with basic 2D, 3D, modesetting, and Xvideo. It doesn't include the time for 3D to be within 70% of fglrx. Granted, that's an immense task and will never...
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    Marek, any idea of the time frame it will take to...

    Marek, any idea of the time frame it will take to use all of the hardware? It's somewhat distressing now that it seems you're the only dev working on r300g. Corbin's disappeared and I don't see...
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    I've been watching this drama unfold with some...

    I've been watching this drama unfold with some amusement for a few years now. As a direct consumer given the choice between the two drivers, here were my thoughts (though some of them may seem...
  12. Several caveats here: The tests were run using...

    Several caveats here:

    The tests were run using Mesa 7.7.1. Clarkdale graphics are relatively new and the support and optimization for a new architecture were just recently added. Try Mesa 7.8 or...
  13. Thread: r300/500 rant

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    bridgman, I have 2 questions: 1. Does...

    bridgman, I have 2 questions:

    1. Does KMS-based power saving apply to desktop cards or is it a feature just for mobile cards?

    2. Will the amount of power saved match fglrx's powerplay?
  14. Thread: r300/500 rant

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    bridgman is right. Nvidia's 71xx series of...

    bridgman is right. Nvidia's 71xx series of proprietary drivers have long since stopped support for the latest Xservers. This means old cards circa Geforce 2 don't work. If it weren't for nouveau,...
  15. Thread: Ban Qaridium

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    Poll: Definitely not. Qaridarium's latest posts don't...

    Definitely not. Qaridarium's latest posts don't seem to be trollish or spouting nonsense.

    On the other hand, I'd vote to ban Kano if anyone. He claims to be a Debian developer while he's only a...
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    I do hold other distros to the same standard. The...

    I do hold other distros to the same standard. The only difference is that pulseaudio did not affect me (I'm on KDE and it abstracts away pulseaudio if it uses it at all). Thus, I did not have any...
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    Does it matter that you were first? Xen was all...

    Does it matter that you were first? Xen was all the rage with their paravirtualization scheme but was then overtaken by KVM. Red Hat made the sensible switch to a more accepted (by the community)...
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    This is one of the things Novell tends to do....

    This is one of the things Novell tends to do. Instead of supporting the established or consensus project, they start new ones that duplicate function or differ in minute details. Many of these seem...
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    The next step for the Intel driver is to migrate...

    The next step for the Intel driver is to migrate to Gallium3d so they can get the benefits of all the state trackers for "free". Things like OpenCL, new OpenGL versions, and VDPAU can be supported...
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    From my understanding, this effort will only...

    From my understanding, this effort will only apply to software that uses gstreamer for piping video playback. What about the rest of us who use xine, mplayer, or vlc? It's much better to just expose...
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