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The Huge Nouveau Kernel Driver Rewrite Surfaces

Over the weekend there was the push by Red Hat's Ben Skeggs that effectively reworks/rewrites the Nouveau DRM kernel module for reverse-engineered open-source NVIDIA graphics under Linux...

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Is GNOME in Free Fall?

Between the arrival of both MATE 1.4 and KDE 4.9 and the emergence of SolusOS' brand-new GNOME Classic on the scene, there's no denying it's been an exciting few weeks here in the world of Linux desktops. That, in turn, has made it all the more difficult to witness the...

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Oracle Releases VirtualBox 4.2 Beta 1

Oracle has put out their first (beta) development release of Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.2. The 4.2 release series brings several new features to this easy-to-use virtualization platform...

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The 3.6 Merge Window is Closed

Linus has released 3.6-rc1 and closed the merge window for this development cycle. "I do have two more pull requests that are at least tentatively pending: there's the uapi header file disintegration from David Howells and the tcm_vhost merge from Nicholas Bellinger, both of which came in in time. So...

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First Release Candidate of Linux Kernel Version 3.6

With the arrival of RC1, all major changes have been integrated into Linux 3.6. Among the most important new features are hybrid standby, the VFIO userspace driver framework, quota support for Btrfs and TCP stack improvements...

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New Linux Kernels Bring Performance Improvements

The new long-term kernels 3.0.39 and 3.2.25 include not only smaller changes and enhancements, but also a long list of performance optimisations...

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