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GNOME 3.0.2 Bug-Fix Release Arrives

Just a day after the KDE camp pushed out KDE SC 4.7 Beta 1, the GNOME camp has come to the desktop with their stable 3.0.2 release. The GNOME 3.0.2 release, like is usual for GNOME point releases, just brings bug-fixes and translation updates...

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New ATI/AMD X.Org Driver Released (6.14.2)

Red Hat's David Airlie, on the behalf of AMD, pushed out the xf86-video-ati 6.14.2 driver last night...

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Linus Talks Of Linux 2.8 Or Linux 3.0; Ending Linux 2.6

In a message to the Linux Kernel Mailing List today regarding the shortened merge window for the Linux 2.6.40 kernel, Linus Torvalds brings up that there's already been many Linux 2.6 kernel releases and that he could end up tagging this as the Linux 2.8.0 kernel...

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MeeGo 1.2 Boots Nearly Twice As Fast As Fedora, Ubuntu

Prior to being spun into MeeGo, Intel's Moblin Linux distribution was one of the fastest-booting Linux distributions. Moblin worked phenomenally for Intel Atom netbooks with a great user-interface and was very quick at starting up. With the release this week of MeeGo 1.2, we have some Bootchart numbers for MeeGo...

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MeeGo Tablet UX Can Already Run On Wayland?

The MeeGo conference is running from tomorrow through Wednesday in San Francisco. This is the first conference for the Moblin-Maemo-mix since Nokia parted ways to team up with Microsoft and ship Windows Phone 7 on their future devices, but there's interesting work still going on in the MeeGo world. In...

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AMD Radeon KMS Gets Some DP Improvements

AMD's Alex Deucher has published a set of eighteen patches to the DRI development list that are primarily focused on fixing up the DisplayPort (DP) and Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) capabilities of the Radeon DRM/KMS driver in the Linux kernel...

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