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The X.Org Multi-Touch Protocol Specification Is Drafted

Peter Hutterer, one of the few X.Org input developers and the developer behind Multi-Pointer X when he was a student in Australia, has now published the first public draft of the multi-touch protocol specification. The multi-touch protocol specification is a low-level spec to be integrated with the X Input Extension...

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Report: What Linux Hardware Upgrades Make Sense?

Hardware upgrades are easier than ever, with enticing new options like solid state drives and multi-core CPUs. What upgrades make sense for your Linux system?

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The Linux 2.6.36 Kernel Will Have Some Fun DRM

Now that the Linux 2.6.35 kernel was released a few days ago, Linus Torvalds has begun pulling in new code for the Linux 2.6.36 kernel as the various developers begin submitting pull requests of their new work. Dave Airlie, the maintainer of the Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) code in the...

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Jolicloud 1.0 released

The 1.0 release of the Jolicloud netbook-oriented distribution has been announced. It has various new features which will doubtless appeal to certain classes of users. "As you may have seen, we've made some changes to the Stream, making it a more social app-sharing experience. Now, in Jolicloud 1.0, you can...

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ScaleMP grows, secures funding

The fine folks at ScaleMP — you’ll recall that they make a sort of reverse virtualization solution that makes one virtual machine out of many physical servers — sent us word of some good news late last week. First up, they doubled new customer deployments in the second quarter (sequentially) and experienced record growth.

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ARM9 Module Comes with Smartphone-Aware Web Server

SSV announced a new member of its & DIL/NetPC& computer-on-module (COM) family, offering a web server designed for remote access via smartphones....

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