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DEEP Project Moves Towards Exascale at ISC 2015

insideHPC | Monday August 3, 2015 02:15:23 PM | High Performance
DEEP Project Moves Towards Exascale at ISC 2015 "With this delivery, the DEEP consortium can leverage a supercomputer with a peak performance of 505 TFlop/s and an efficiency of over 3 GFlop/s per Watt. The Eurotech hot water cooling solution allows for additional permanent gains in energy efficiency at data centre level as it guarantees year-round free cooling... Read more...

Software Company Autodesk Is Launching Its Own Game Engine

The Verge | Monday August 3, 2015 12:00:01 PM | Software
Software Company Autodesk Is Launching Its Own Game Engine If you play video games, you've probably seen the effects of Autodesk's work. Autodesk owns the Maya and 3ds Max modeling software, the Scaleform rendering engine, and a variety of animation and texture-making tools. But the meat of the game will (usually) be made in an engine like Unity or... Read more...

Ubuntu Devs Willing to Work on GNOME Software to Replace Ubuntu Software Center

Softpedia | Monday August 3, 2015 08:47:00 AM | Software
Ubuntu Devs Willing to Work on GNOME Software to Replace Ubuntu Software Center The Ubuntu Software Center managed to be the center of news stories after the Ubuntu MATE project decided to ditch it as default (still available in the repos), and discussions about a possible replacement in the regular Ubuntu desktop have started once more. Ubuntu Software Center is there, and it... Read more...

Linux Kernel 4.2 RC5 Is Out For Grabs, Linus Torvalds Wants Things to Calm Down

Softpedia | Monday August 3, 2015 05:10:00 AM | Software
Linux Kernel 4.2 RC5 Is Out For Grabs, Linus Torvalds Wants Things to Calm Down On August 2, Linus Torvalds announced the release and immediate availability for download and testing of the fifth RC (Release Candidate) version of the forthcoming Linux 4.2 kernel series. According to Mr. Torvalds, it would appear that the development cycle of Linux kernel 4.2 will consist of at least three... Read more...

Korora 22 Linux Officially Released Based on Fedora 22, Drops Support for Adobe Flash

Softpedia | Sunday August 2, 2015 11:25:00 PM | Software
Korora 22 Linux Officially Released Based on Fedora 22, Drops Support for Adobe Flash On the first day of August, Chris Smart was more than proud to announce the release and immediate availability for download of his excellent Korora 22 Linux distribution based on the well-known and highly acclaimed Fedora 22 operating system. Dubbed Selina, Korora 22 comes with all the latest and greatest... Read more...

The New AMDGPU Patches Show More AMD Developer Involvement

Phoronix | Sunday August 2, 2015 01:50:54 PM | Hardware
The AMDGPU scheduler patches published this week show more AMD developers involved than once was the case for the open-source AMD Linux driver stack... Read more...

Distribution Release: Zorin OS 10

DistroWatch | Saturday August 1, 2015 07:03:59 PM | Software
The developers of Zorin OS, a desktop distribution based on Ubuntu which strives to present a friendly interface for people transition from Windows, have announced the release of Zorin OS 10. The new release is based on Ubuntu 15.10 and features a new visual style with new fonts.... Read more...

The Companies That Support Linux: Solace Systems

Libby Clark | Friday July 31, 2015 11:00:00 PM | Featured Blogs | Exclusive
The Companies That Support Linux: Solace Systems Solace Systems makes messaging middleware technology that moves data between distributed applications, devices and users to enable big data, cloud computing and the Internet of Things. Read more...

Developing User Interfaces for Mesos Frameworks and Why They Are Needed

Administrator | Friday July 31, 2015 03:15:23 PM | Enterprise Computing
The New Stack: Mesosphere’s DCOS allows the use of a data center as if it were a single machine. It has a graphical user interface and people can install frameworks and manage the data center resources from a web browser. But what about a user interface for the Mesos frameworks itself?  Read more...

FFmpeg's Leader Resigns, Hopes To Make Libav Developers Come Back

Phoronix | Friday July 31, 2015 03:04:28 PM | Software
Michael Niedermayer, the leader of the FFmpeg project for the past eleven years, has made a surprise announcement today: he's resigning as its leader... Read more...

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