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After BFS, Now Comes The BLD Linux Scheduler

Adding to the already existing Linux schedulers, including the out-of-tree Brain Fuck Scheduler (BFS), is now a proposal to integrate a new scheduler... The Barbershop Load Distribution scheduler...

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VA-API Video Decoding Support For Wayland

One of the many items that Intel developers have been working on for the rapid ascent of Wayland is GPU video decoding support...

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Wayland and Weston 0.85.0 Released

The first official releases of the Wayland display system, now split into two pieces called "Wayland" and "Weston," are now available. What's not immediately available is a lot of information about what capabilities are in this release or how usable it is. "Wayland is the protocol and IPC mechanism while...

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Open-Source ARM Mali Code Published

The initial code push has taken place for the Lima Project, which is the open-source ARM Mali graphics driver that's under development...

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SPICE On KVM/QEMU Works Towards Gallium3D

Red Hat's SPICE project that's used in KVM/QEMU virtualization environments is working towards better graphics support, which also includes work on a DRM driver and Gallium3D component for offering 3D acceleration support within guest virtual machines...

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Planning the X/Wayland Marriage, X Server 1.13

Keith Packard talked last weekend at FOSDEM about the imminent X.Org Server 1.12, the succeeding X.Org Server 1.13 release, and plans for bridging the X-to-Wayland migration...

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