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The Latest Details On Intel's Valley View Atom SoC

Another Intel DRM pull request was submitted this morning for driver changes that will ultimately land in the Linux 3.6 kernel. With these latest open-source Intel driver changes, some new details are revealed about Intel's Valley View -- their next-generation Atom SoC that sports Ivy Bridge class graphics rather than...

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GRUB 2.00 Boot-Loader Release Is Imminent

After being in development for many years, GRUB 2.00 will be released in the coming days...

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Intel OTC Still Playing With Atomic Mode-Setting

A second round of patches have emerged for the open-source Intel Linux graphics driver to support atomic mode-setting with the kernel...

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ZFS On Linux With Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

It has been a while since last benchmarking the ZFS file-system under Linux, but here's some benchmarks of the well-known Solaris file-system on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and compared to EXT4 and Btrfs when using both a hard drive and solid-state drive.

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Intel Gallium3D Gets sRGB Textures

The Intel "i915g" Gallium3D driver now implements sRGB textures support, but this is basically the end of the road for new features...

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AMD Comments On XvBA Video Situation

Last week there were XBMC developers that wrote a public message on Phoronix about AMD's problems with video playback acceleration using their Catalyst Linux driver. The developers called AMD out on their shortcomings and now today there's a response out of AMD...

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