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New Version Of VIA DRM TTM/GEM Patches

Thanks to James Simmons, an independent developer in the open-source community, last month a patch was published that adds TTM/GEM memory management support to the VIA DRM Linux kernel driver. This was after VIA basically admitted defeat for their Linux / open-source strategy. Over the weekend the second version of...

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Tiling Is Being Worked On For The Open Evergreen Driver

While the Radeon HD 6000 series is AMD's latest generation of graphics processor, and has initial open-source support available as of earlier this month, the open-source Linux GPU driver support isn't yet complete for the older Radeon HD 5000 "Evergreen" series and generations even older than that. One of the...

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Intel Seals Purchase of Infineon Wireless Unit

Chip giant says Infineon's former wireless solutions business is now a standalone unit called Intel Mobile Communications and will bolster its Wi-Fi and 4G WiMax products.

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3.0-Iveland Beta 3 Advances OpenBenchmarking.org

Only a week has passed since issuing Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 Beta 2, but some worthwhile code has landed making it time to release a third beta of the forthcoming open-source Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" benchmarking software to tag a new Hawaii-based build from my coding sprint. In particular,...

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Will The Catalyst Driver Work On Ubuntu 11.04 At Launch?

For the past few years there's been a tradition where AMD supplies Canonical with an early snapshot of their very latest Catalyst driver prior to the next Ubuntu release. This hasn't been done to ensure Ubuntu ships with any magical graphics driver features (in some cases though it can provide...

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