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Thread: The Portal Cube Shown On Open-Source Linux

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    Default The Portal Cube Shown On Open-Source Linux

    Phoronix: The Portal Cube Shown On Open-Source Linux

    Here's a video of the "Companion Cube" from Valve's Portal video game rendering on Linux...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTEwNzA

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    Will there be cake?

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    Default Hrm...

    You know... If i had turned this thing to full brightness _before_ recording...

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    Michael's still trolling us : appealing title, nothing behind (who gives a sh*t about chinese tablet brands ?).

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    Hi Michael and Luc. Ain't glossy screens wonderful

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    The cake is a lie.

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    Default Why wasn't that titled Lima OSS driver demo?

    very misleading... and Michael spent about half the article saying exactly that, so he's obviously doing it intentionally.

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    wtf are you talking about. its great. its important. its about open source graphics drivers for mali gpu used in galaxy s2 and several other phones and tablets

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    Congrats and keep up the good work Luc (and anyone else working on this). I've got a Mali 400MP in my tablet (Skytex Skypad Alpha2), and there will probably come a day when I feel brave enough to wipe and reinstall another OS onto it (besides Android firmware updates).

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    It is intentionally misleading. The news itself is arguably relevant to phoronix, but I and many others wouldn't have given it a click if not for the author intentionally making us think this had something to do with valve. The article itself holds no interest to me, yet got a +1 click. At this point I should know better, because nothing posted about valve here has been very informative at all.

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