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Parted Magic 5.6 Adds System Stability Tester

The latest version of Parted Magic, the open source, multi-platform partitioning tool, features the addition of the System Stability Tester (systester), the Nouveau Xorg driver and a number of package updates...

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ATI Linux Users Get Excited For Catalyst 10.10

In what has become an unfortunate tradition for the past few releases, prior to the release of Ubuntu 10.10, AMD provided Canonical with a pre-release of their latest proprietary Catalyst driver at the time.

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Intel To Have Sandybridge 3D In Mesa Done By Q4

Intel's Ian Romanick has just written an e-mail message entitled What I'm working on to the Mesa development list.

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Is HPC on the Verge of Cloud Paradigm Shift?

Shaloo Shalini writes that HPC may be on the verge of a paradigm shift towards cloud computing: The erstwhile islands of large-scale supercomputing facilities may soon become outdated thanks to inroads made by cloud computing into HPC territory in addressing the issues of scale, access, and affordability.

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LM_Sensors 3.2.0 Has Been Released

It's been quite a while since having anything to report on with the LM_Sensors project, which is the free software project to provide user-space utilities and kernel drivers for various hardware sensors to be supported under Linux.

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Multi-Touch For The X.Org Synaptics Driver

Takashi Iwai of Novell/SuSE has just published a series of 18 patches for the X.Org Synaptics input driver that primarily provides multi-touch support.

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