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Some Stable Kernel Releases

The 3.11.7, 3.10.18, and 3.4.68 stable kernels are out; each contains the usual set of important fixes.

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Happy Birthday To The Steam Linux Client

It was one year ago today that Valve first made available the Steam Linux beta! While Phoronix was exclusively covering Valve's Linux developments in the months prior, it was on 6 November 2012 that Valve began rolling out the Steam Linux beta to selected participants...

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Distribution Release: antiX 13.2

antiX 13.2, an updated version of the lightweight Debian-based distribution designed for older and low-specification computers, has been released: "The antiX team is pleased to announce the second update of antiX-13 full version for 32-bit and 64-bit systems, based on Debian 'Wheezy'. This update includes those made upstream....

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Mesa Gets Two New OpenGL 4.x Support Patch Series

With Mesa 10.0 that will be released in a few weeks time there is finally OpenGL 3.2 and 3.3 support. But with Mesa still being several years and revisions behind the latest Khronos Group specification, it's still a matter of implementing a lot of new GL4 functionality. Fortunately, there's many...

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GCC Lands Intel Cilk Plus Multi-Threading Support

Last month I wrote about the road being clear for Intel Cilk Plus landing in GCC and as of a few days ago the run-time library and Cilk spawn/sync support was finally merged...

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Linux Version of Metro: Last Light Game Out Now

The company released the Mac version of Metro: Last Light back in September.The post Linux version of Metro: Last Light out now appeared first on Muktware.

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