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Development Release: Mageia 4 Beta 1

Anne Nicolas has announced the availability of the first beta release of Mageia 4: "Finally we did it! Mageia 4 beta 1 has been, for sure, the most difficult release we had to face since the beginning of the Mageia project. Lots of good and bad reasons here....

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Distribution Release: Webconverger 22.0

Kai Hendry has announced the release of Webconverger 22.0, the latest stable version of the project's Debian-based distribution for Internet kiosks: "Webconverger 22 release. For those wise people who are using the automatically upgrading install version, you should have received all the benefits below. So this new release....

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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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NVIDIA CUDA 6 Makes GPGPU Programming Simpler

NVIDIA rolled out CUDA version 6 this morning, their latest major update to their Compute Unified Device Architecture for GPGPU / parallel programming. With CUDA 6, NVIDIA says its now simpler to achieve better parallel programming on the GPU...

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Multi-Queue Block Layer Is Merged For Linux 3.13

The multi-queue block layer (blk-mq) has indeed made it for Linux 3.13 as one (of many other) exciting features. The multi-queue block layer can lead to better SSD performance through reducing latency by balancing I/O workload across multiple CPU cores and allowing for multiple hardware queues...

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