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Qt 5.0 Beta Not Here Due To Difficulties

While the Qt 5.0 Beta was supposed to be out in July, it was changed to release the Qt 5 beta in early August. We're now half-way through August and there's no signs of an imminent beta. It's now been said that "some things have been a bit more difficult...

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A Power Saving Schema For The Linux Kernel Scheduler

An Intel engineer has proposed introducing a power saving schema for CFS, the Linux kernel's default scheduler. Code hasn't been presented yet, but there's lots of discussion about this topic to improve the power efficiency of the Linux kernel scheduler...

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Valve's Steam Linux Beta: "Fairly Soon"

Valve's Steam Linux beta will be available fairly soon...

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Kernel Prepatch 3.6-rc2

Linus has announced the 3.6-rc2 prepatch. "Anyway, with all that said, things don't seem too bad. Yes, I ignored a few pull requests, but I have to say that there weren't all that many of those, and the rest looked pretty calm. Sure, there's 330+ commits in there, but considering...

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Intel Graphics Hit High Point With Linux 3.6 Kernel

Testing of the latest Linux 3.6 kernel that's presently under development has revealed some additional OpenGL performance improvements with Intel graphics, at least concerning the latest-generation "Ivy Bridge" processors.

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GNOME's Ambitious OS Adventure

With all the ongoing debate over desktop environments here in the Linux blogosphere, there's never any shortage of discussion of the GNOME project, even on an ordinary day. Last Tuesday, however, was no ordinary day -- at least, if a certain blog post was anything to go by. "The idea...

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