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Linux 3.13 Gets A Second Helping Of Power Management

A second pull request has been submitted for the Linux 3.13 kernel that provides further updates to the often less than desirable ACPI and power management code...

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What You Won't Find In The Linux 3.13 Kernel

While there's many exciting features to Linux 3.13, there's still some features that you won't find in this next major Linux kernel update...

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Training College Students to Contribute to the Linux Kernel

Following my recent post on the initiatives now in place to rebalance the demographics of the Linux Kernel community, I would like to share a set of specific training activities to get beginners, specifically college students, involved in the kernel. These were created by an enthusiastic group at Red Hat, including...

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The Major DRM Graphics Update Sent Into Linux 3.13

While many independent Phoronix articles have been covering the Linux 3.13 kernel changes for the individual DRM graphics drivers, the DRM subsystem pull request in its entirety was submitted yesterday for mainlining...

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Nouveau Gets Page Flipping Fixes, Sync To VBlank

Last week was the main set of Nouveau DRM driver changes for the Linux 3.13, which included new power management and re-clocking code for this open-source NVIDIA driver. Prior to David Airlie sending in the DRM pull request a few hours ago, a few more Nouveau changes were merged...

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