On 01/03/2012 06:47 PM, Jonathan Vasquez wrote:
On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 9:47 PM, Martin<email@example.com> wrote:
Please stop fighting, this list is intended for technical discussions and
not personal problems.
On Tue, 03 Jan 2012 23:44:10 -0300, Jonathan Vasquez
On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 9:41 PM, Gaetan Bisson<firstname.lastname@example.org>
[2012-01-03 21:30:25 -0500] Jonathan Vasquez:
When somebody actually *investigates* the issue, as opposed to
incoherently describe random aspects of their setup and never get to the
bottom of anything.
You're so funny...
Yes, it looks like I am very funny, because you by yourself, are a
glorified Archer, and can detect errors, and fix all your problems
independently with upstream. Good lucky with that. No point of even
being part of the Open Source community if you want to isolate
yourself and treat others like crap.
It's ok Martin. I decided to speak up on behalf of the members because
I'm tired of seeing this type of attitude from the Linux community.
People thinking that they are better than everyone else. This isn't
just an Arch thing, a lot of distros have these types of users, and so
does society. If people don't speak up against that type of action,
then what type of society are we promoting. I'm out of these mailing
I agree these high school, I am better than some bullshit is stupid and
its become such a regular thing on most message boards I am on. Debian I
think being the worst with uber feminists correcting endless fodder that
leads to no real help on situations. Its a new year why cant we all just
start off fresh again and drop stupid attitudes over nothing more than
who can stick there chest out the furthest and beat it the loudest. I
agree more people should speak up about it, its childish behavior and
truly is of no benefit to anyone including the one starting the pissing
match. Flame me all you want for saying something as well.
I have noticed the same behavior with the beta nvidia driver as well,
nouveau never works for my graphics card and gives more issues than the
closed source one.
Have you tried running the nv driver? I dropped both the nouveau and
closed source driver for this one, as I can get everything working
properly and have a decent resolution, this includes suspend and
hibernate. But there seems to be no way to get effects, but I could
careless about them on my laptop. Until xorg-server or nvidia closed
source get their new bugs worked out I am happy on the nv driver and
best of all it ALWAYS works for me, just a tad sluggish on opening
windows to full screen only thing I have noticed.