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Linux Development Service Supports New TI SoC

Timesys announced that its LinuxLink development framework for custom embedded Linux devices now supports the recently announced Texas Instruments (TI) TMS320DM368 DaVinci video processor. The LinuxLink for DM368 service offers Linux development tools and a pre-integrated build environment for the...
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Benchmarks Of GCC 4.5.0 Compiler Performance

Last week GCC 4.5.0 entered the world with improvements to the experimental C++0x support, Graphite-powered automatic parallelization support, compatibility with new ARM processors, Intel Atom and AMD Orochi optimizations, link-time optimization, and GCC plug-in support. Over the weekend we decided...
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Xen Hypervisor Optimized for New NICs, Chips

Xen.org announced release 4.0 of its widely deployed, open source Xen virtualization hypervisor. The Linux-ready Xen 4.0 is touted for its enhanced network card support, performance and scalability gains, memory and security optimizations, fault tolerance features and improved Intel and AMD process...
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Review: LXDE, the New Lightweight Linux Desktop

Does using a lightweight Linux desktop always mean trading lower resource usage for usability and features? Juliet Kemp reviews LXDE, one of the newest lightweight Linux desktops.
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New Atom Platform Opens I/O to Third Parties

Intel announced a new Atom processor aimed at embedded devices and in-car infotainment platforms. The & Tunnel Creek& CPU offers an onboard graphics controller, memory controller, and audio, linking to a separate I/O controller via a standard PCI Express interface, according to the company....
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NVIDIA Puts Out Its OpenGL 4.0 Linux Driver

With NVIDIA having announced the GeForce GTX 470 and 480 graphics cards (formerly known as "Fermi") at the end of March and these graphics cards starting to appear at Internet retailers (see links below), NVIDIA has now put out its OpenGL 4.0 Linux driver...
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