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The DRM Pull For The Linux 3.1 Kernel

David Airlie has called upon Linus Torvalds to pull in his DRM Git tree that offers the key Direct Rendering Manager graphics driver improvements for the Linux 3.1 kernel...

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Open-Source CPU Architecture Pulled Into Linux 3.1 Kernel

The latest feature to be pulled into the Linux 3.1 kernel is support for OpenRISC, an open-source CPU architecture...

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July 2011 Open-Source Graphics Driver Comparison

Following last week's benchmarks of Intel's New Sandy Bridge Acceleration architecture with the very latest open-source driver code, it was decided to throw a few NVIDIA and ATI/AMD graphics cards into the mix to see where the open-source driver performance is comparatively at for some other hardware. This article presents...

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OnLive Is Hiring More Engineers For Linux Client

OnLive, the cloud gaming platform where games are rendered and stored on servers, already has Windows and Mac OS X clients, but a Linux client is in the works. Back in March there was a job posting by OnLive where one of the responsibilities dealt with feature design and development...

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Test Driving GNU Hurd, With Benchmarks Against Linux

Last week there was a GNU Hurd status update, which generated a fair amount of attention as it stated there are plans for a Debian GNU/Hurd release in conjunction with Debian "Wheezy" when it's out in late 2012 or early 2013. After being in development for more than 20 years,...

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What's New In The Land Of Wayland?

It's been a few weeks since really mentioning the Wayland Display Server at Phoronix (the last time was in June when XWayland and xf86-video-wlshm were released). It's not because development of this next-generation Linux display server has stalled, but there's been some progress made and overall just the lower level...

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