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A Hackfest To Improve Linux Video Playback

When it comes to video playback on Linux, the premiere choice for video acceleration is currently using VDPAU with its CPU-efficient, GPU-accelerated capabilities that even has no problems playing 1080p video files with extremely low-end hardware.
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Linux-Aware Atom Debugging Arrives

Some big news for device developers flew under most everyone's radar at this year's IDF (Intel Developer's Forum). Linux-aware hardware-assisted debugging for Intel(r) Atom(tm) processors finally arrived.
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S3 Graphics Linux Driver Supports OpenGL 3.1

Hitting our inbox just minutes ago was a press release announcing the S3 Graphics 5400E graphics processor.
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Laptop Survival With GKrellM

I want to cover the GKrellM program and how it can be used to monitor the health and activity on a Linux laptop.
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NVIDIA Developer Talks Openly About Linux Support

In late August we started asking our readers for any questions they had for NVIDIA about Linux and this graphics company's support of open-source operating systems. Twelve pages worth of questions were accumulated and we finally have the answers to a majority of them.
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Home Automation with Linux

Home automation may sound like a science-fiction dream, but in reality it is not only commonplace, but relatively simple to get started, especially with Linux.

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