Works fine for me . One thing I have noticed however... when running the Graphics test, the Doom time demo suffers from short 2-3sec. pauses; this does not happen if I run the time demo from my own Doom 3 install, and I even get a higher score (118fps compared to 71fps on the test suite).
I won't be able to test the system on my systems until the weekend, but thus far this looks VERY interesting. I have a few questions about some parts of the implementation, though:
How are you planning to deal with root-specific tasks such as hdparm and detailed information on lspci?
What other graphics applications do you plan to support?
Do you envision some sort of dedicated 3D "demo" application to be used specifically with the suite to not depend on other external apps?
Wow, I have so many more questions, but I'll just wait until I test the suite in my systems.
Thank you Michael, really. This was something needed long ago... Not that synthetic benchmarks matter (a la MadOnion) much, but that certainly gives a common and OPEN base for comparison of several systems and components to give a very good glimpse of what can you expect from any given hardware in Linux. What's more, unlike the above mentioned site this project may not only draw more attention towards Linux from IHVs, but also encourage Open Source driver developers to optimize and maybe increase the developer base for open drivers. This is very exciting!