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A Newbie In X; Creating X.Org Documentation

Matt Dew, a self-proclaimed "X newbie", just finished talking about his experiences as just entering the world of X.Org development and hopes to contribute to the X.Org world by gathering up and improving X.Org documentation...

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Recapping The New X.Org Development Process

Scheduling issues had plagued X.Org Server development for the past few years: to the point that even delivering a point release had come more than a year late and major X Server releases were never delivered on time. This though has fortunately changed...

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Nexenta 3.0 Benchmarked Against PC-BSD, OpenSolaris, Ubuntu

With the release of Nexenta Core Platform 3.0 a few weeks back we decided to run some benchmarks of this operating system against PC-BSD 8.1, OpenSolaris b134, and Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS. For those unfamiliar with Nexenta Core Platform, it is an operating system that combines the OpenSolaris kernel with a...

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Mesa 7.8.3 Release Candidate 1 Is Here

While Mesa 7.9 is just around the corner with a great number of new features and other improvements to this open-source graphics stack used by Linux and other operating systems, those being bound to releases that are proven stable will still be leaving with Mesa 7.8 until Mesa 7.9.1 or...

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Video: Sneak Peak at Intel Sandy Bridge

There’s a lot of news in store this week from the Intel Developer Forum. In this video, Intel’s Steve Smith gives a first look at the company’s next-generation, 32 nanometer processor expected in 2011.

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Intel Shows Off 'Sandy Bridge' Processors

Integrated graphics, improved security and other enhancements are all on tap for Intel's next Core processors, it said.

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