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Intel Ivy Bridge Is Okay On Linux Power Usage

With talk of a massive power regression in the recently released Linux 3.5 kernel, yesterday I began benchmarking some different systems with varying versions of the Linux kernel looking for any new kernel power regressions on different hardware.

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Univention Corporate Server 3.0 Update Can Manage Ubuntu Clients

The second update to version 3.0 of Univention's Corporate Server distribution is based on Debian 6.0.5 and adds official support for managing Ubuntu clients, as well as a new browser-based wizard for configuring appliances...

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Apache Tika 1.2 Introduces New Network Server

The latest release of the open source metadata and structured text content extractor adds support for several new file formats and a new network server based on Apache CXF...

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Geronimo 3.0 Supports Java 7

With Geronimo 3.0, the developers of the Java application server have fixed more than 450 bugs and added over 100 improvements, as well as just under 50 new features...

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DMA-BUF Synchronization With PRIME

Now that X.Org Server 1.13 RC1 is out there with the initial support for PRIME and other exciting features, dependent projects can also now move forward...

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