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GNU GRUB 1.99 Released; So Close To Version 2.0

While a number of Linux distributions are already shipping "GRUB2", version 2.0 of the GRUB boot-loader has in fact not been officially released. The proper GNU GRUB 2.0 release though is slowly nearing and yesterday marked the release of GRUB 1.99...

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Nouveau Gallium3D, LLVMpipe In Ubuntu 11.10?

Here's the next chapter of the X.Org / Mesa plans for Ubuntu 11.10, in continuation of the earlier X.Org / Mesa talks at UDS Budapest...

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OpenGL ES Support For QEMU Emulator

One of the items brought up this week at UDS Budapest was about providing OpenGL / OpenGL ES support for QEMU guests. The need for OpenGL ES 2.0 support in QEMU guests has come up since it's used in emulating Maemo / MeeGo for development environments. This would also make...

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HP Debuts FlexNetworking Architecture

New switching, security and management platforms roll out from HP.

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Linux Kernel Benchmarks Of 2.6.24 Through 2.6.39

With the recent look at the major Linux power regressions taking place within the Linux kernel, some initially wondered if the increase in power consumption was correlated to an increase in system performance. Unfortunately, it is clear now that is not the case. With that said though, here's some performance...

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OpenBSD 4.9 Brings Various Improvements

OpenBSD 4.9 has been released today while many Europeans are out with their first of May celebrations...

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