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  • flower
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    Originally posted by Calinou View Post

    A lot of the performance tweaks done in Clear Linux specifically exclude legacy hardware (e.g. pre-Sandy Bridge Intel CPUs), so I doubt it. Smaller performance gains may still be achievable without losing support for legacy hardware though.
    While it is true that clear Linux excludes older hardware that's not the reason for it being faster than others.

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  • Calinou
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    Originally posted by Kjell View Post
    ClearLinux's performance is stunning but the lack of a proper package managment system and support for installing older software is keeping a lot of people away including me.

    What would be interesting is if all the performance tweaks could be ported to Debian somehow.
    A lot of the performance tweaks done in Clear Linux specifically exclude legacy hardware (e.g. pre-Sandy Bridge Intel CPUs), so I doubt it. Smaller performance gains may still be achievable without losing support for legacy hardware though.

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  • Kjell
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    ClearLinux's performance is stunning but the lack of a proper package managment system and support for installing older software is keeping a lot of people away including me.

    What would be interesting is if all the performance tweaks could be ported to Debian somehow.

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  • Clear Linux Gets Questions Over Steam Integration, Other Plans For This High-Perf Distro

    Phoronix: Clear Linux Gets Questions Over Steam Integration, Other Plans For This High-Perf Distro

    Auke Kok of Intel / Clear Linux carried out the distribution's first ask-me-anything session today where he fielded questions ranging from Steam to under-served software projects...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...ux-Initial-AMA
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