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  1. Nvidia recently updated their driver on linux...

    Nvidia recently updated their driver on linux which featured "significantly faster FBO creation" so if your game only creates (and destroys) FBO's you get like 80% speedup!
    I think we can say that...
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    Any idea what was changed since .22 release?

    Any idea what was changed since .22 release?
  3. As article explains, no actual code was added,...

    As article explains, no actual code was added, they just prepped build system for future use of it.
  4. Well, people are about to get into package...

    Well, people are about to get into package format/packagemanager/static_vs_shared_libs debate again.

    Steam solved this by simply packing their own set of libraries everywhere (actually, distro...
  5. Well, it works by hooking (LD preload hack)...

    Well, it works by hooking (LD preload hack) original glxswapbuffers function (or egl equivalent) by using a wrapper that counts how often the original function gets called. Obvious downside is that...
  6. I'm running git tree of xf86-video-intel for like...

    I'm running git tree of xf86-video-intel for like a year or so and every bug I found he fixed within hours of my bugzilla report. Whatever Intel is paying him, it isn't enough.
    Hatts off, mr....
  7. So many trolls here... As long as software...

    So many trolls here...
    As long as software doesn't hard-depend on systemd, nobody cares that it doesn't work for 10% of it's users (number completely made up).
    And it never will because bugzilla...
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    It means what it says, that it could be improved....

    It means what it says, that it could be improved.
    The other comment highlighted main idea, it tries to distribute everything across cores which obviously results in less power-efficient kernel (e.g....
  9. I strongly disagree with posts above saying that...

    I strongly disagree with posts above saying that systemd haters have never tried it.

    It might be true for trolls here, but true systemd haters are generally sysadmins who were forced to use it and...
  10. I understand why Lennart would invest his ego...

    I understand why Lennart would invest his ego into systemd, but why do users do the same and try to counter anti-systemd hate?
    The moment that something better and more 'cool' come out, these people...
  11. What exactly would 'force you'?

    What exactly would 'force you'?
  12. Why? Xorg matured just a short while ago... ...

    Why? Xorg matured just a short while ago...

    Nowadays X "just works" for 95% of users (4% of rest are bumblebee users),
    just few years ago (maybe decade ago, whos counting) we used to configure X...
  13. Bisecting is next to impossible, because there...

    Bisecting is next to impossible, because there isn't any regression test.
    From what I understand, most common denominator was racing between watchdog and something (plus there was unrelated Xen...
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    Try uninstalling and replacing C library ;-]...

    Try uninstalling and replacing C library ;-] (actually don't).
  15. Most distributions will (probably) leave google...

    Most distributions will (probably) leave google option on (defaults can be set via ./configure option).
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    This is actually great idea to fairly obvious...

    This is actually great idea to fairly obvious problem.
    Wayland (more or less bunch of protocols and interfaces) are 'stable' for quite some time while Weston (reference compositor, currently...
  17. 1) Some users don't want/can't (policy at...

    1) Some users don't want/can't (policy at workplace/school... etc) use systemd.
    2) Projects who make their stuff _rely_ on systemd feature, know what they signed up for and that they will lose some...
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    Im still waiting for my print server and torrent...

    Im still waiting for my print server and torrent client, get into the line!!
  19. No, it will not. Linux kernel has thermal checks...

    No, it will not. Linux kernel has thermal checks for this exact reason and when your CPU overheats, it throttles at first and at some point it will shut everything down (wheather fedora is updating...
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    They were fixed long back, but unless you are...

    They were fixed long back, but unless you are using git-tree builds, you didn't have access to them (or unless your distribution pulls these fixes).
    As far as I remember, few stars had to align for...
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