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Microsoft Teams Is Now Available For Linux In Public Preview Form

Phoronix - 1 hodina 54 sek zpět
Back in September we learned that Microsoft was bringing their Microsoft Teams software to Linux and today it has entered a public preview state...

Mesa 19.3 Is Introducing A Lot Of Open-Source OpenGL + Vulkan Driver Improvements

Phoronix - 4 hodiny 16 min zpět
Mesa 19.3 could be released as soon as this week after being challenged by several delays over blocker bugs. This release should be making it out in the days ahead and is a fantastic Christmas gift to Linux desktop users and a big step-up for these OpenGL / Vulkan driver implementations as we end out 2019.

Radeon OpenGL Linux Driver Gets Fix For Corruption Issues

Phoronix - 6 hodin 12 min zpět
An issue affecting some Linux users with Radeon graphics for at least the last four months around graphics corruption problems when switching to newer versions of the Linux kernel have been resolved...

Unisoc Looking To Introduce A New DRM Display Driver For Mainline Linux

Phoronix - 6 hodin 24 min zpět
Unisoc, the Chinese SoC provider for smartphones that is part of the Tsinghua Unigroup, has published a new open-source DRM display driver that ultimately they are looking to get into the mainline kernel...

ChamferWM Still Appears To Be The Most Capable Vulkan-Powered X11 Tiling Window Manager

Phoronix - 10 hodin 9 min zpět
While we are approaching 2020 and the four year anniversary since the Vulkan 1.0 launch, one aspect that has been a bit disappointing has been the lack of not seeing quicker uptake by various Linux window managers / compositors in at least offering a Vulkan code path. One of the best examples of a Vulkan-powered compositor with that has been the independent ChamferWM...

The Open-Source Qualcomm "TURNIP" Vulkan Driver Adds Important Performance Feature

Phoronix - 11 hodin 36 min zpět
The TURNIP Mesa Vulkan driver providing support for recent Qualcomm Adreno graphics processors and akin to the Freedreno Gallium3D driver has added an important performance-boosting feature...

LLVM / Clang 10.0 Should Be Out In Late February Or Early March

Phoronix - 13 hodin 34 min zpět
Google's Hans Wennborg is once again stepping up to manager the next feature release of LLVM and sub-projects like Clang. If all goes well, LLVM 10.0 will be out with Clang 10.0 and friends before the end of February...

Intel Jasper Lake Support Added To Mesa 20.0 OpenGL / Vulkan Drivers

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 23:34
With Intel Jasper Lake graphics support making it as one of the prominent hardware support additions for Linux 5.5, the user-space OpenGL/Vulkan driver support is now found within Mesa 20.0-devel...

Fedora 32 Will Still Allow Empty Passwords By Default

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 21:46
Last month was a proposal for Fedora 32 to disallow empty passwords for local users by default but at today's Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo) they completely shot down that proposal...

Canonical's Multipass 0.9 Released For Easily Spinning Up Ubuntu VMs

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 19:25
Multipass, the Canonical-led open-source project that aims to make it easy to spin up Ubuntu VM instances on Linux and Windows and macOS, is up to version 0.9 ahead of a possible 1.0 release for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS...

Clear Linux On The OnLogic Karbon 700 Boosted Performance By 13% Over Ubuntu With 141 Benchmarks

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 18:19
Last month we reviewed the OnLogic Karbon 700 as a passively-cooled, industrial-grade PC powered by an eight-core / sixteen-thread Intel Xeon, 16GB of RAM, 512GB NVMe storage, and a plethora of connectivity options in suiting to industrial use-cases. The performance was great and even the thermal performance was very good for being a fan-less PC. In seeing how well other Linux distributions were panning out on the Karbon 700, I tested five popular Linux distributions on the Xeon Coffee Lake system and once again Intel's performance-optimized Clear Linux squeezed out much more performance potential.

Intel Announces "Horse Ridge" 22nm FinFET Cryogenic Control Chip For Quantum Research

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 18:05
Intel Labs announced "Horse Ridge" as a cryogenic control chip to enable more development and testing around full-stack quantum computing systems...

Vulkan 1.1.130 Released With New Tooling Extension

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 16:44
Vulkan 1.1.130 is out today as the newest update to this graphics API that fixes a wide variety of documentation issues and areas in need of clarifications while also introducing a new extension...

WireGuard Lands In Net-Next While It Waits For Inclusion In Linux 5.6

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 13:38
The WireGuard secure VPN tunnel kernel code has landed in net-next! This means that -- barring any major issues coming to light that would lead to a revert -- WireGuard will finally reach the mainline kernel with the Linux 5.6 cycle kicking off in late January or early February!..

ADriConf GUI Control Panel Support For Mesa Vulkan Drivers Is Brought Up

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 13:32
One of the most frequent complaints we hear from Linux gamers running open-source GPU drivers is over the lack of the hardware vendors supporting any feature-rich control panels like they do on Windows. There are many Linux driver tunables exposed by these open-source graphics drivers, but often they can only be manipulated via command-line options, environment variables, boot parameters, and other less than straight-forward means especially for recent converts from Windows and other novice Linux users. ADriConf has been doing a fairly decent job as a third-party means of helping to improve the situation and now there is talk of it supporting Vulkan driver settings...

Facebook's New Linux Slab Memory Controller Saving 30~40%+ Of Memory, Less Fragmentation

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 13:21
Back in September we wrote about Facebook's Roman Gushchin working on a new slab memory controller/allocator implementation that in turn could provide better memory utilization and less slab memory usage. This wasn't ready in time for the 5.5 kernel but a revised patch series was sent out last week...

Fedora Prepares To Roll-Out Linux 5.4 Kernel Update But Needs Help Testing

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 13:10
Fedora users eager to see the Linux 5.4 stable kernel can engage by helping to test their newly-spun 5.4-based kernel image prior to it officially landing as a stable release update...

Linus Rejects "Size Of Member" Change From Linux 5.5 Kernel

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 10:18
This weekend was the last-minute pull request by Google's Kees Cook to introduce the new sizeof_member() macro that had been previously rejected from Linux 5.4. Well, it was again rejected by Linus Torvalds prior to tagging the Linux 5.5-rc1 kernel...

WireGuard Sends Out Latest Patch Revision In Preparing For Linux 5.6

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 6:11
While there are some pretty great features for Linux 5.5, one that didn't make it quite in time was the long-awaited introduction of WireGuard as the in-kernel secure VPN tunnel. While it was a bummer it didn't make 5.5, all indications are at this point is that it will be in Linux 5.6...

Linux 5.5-rc1 Kernel Released With 12,500+ Commits

Phoronix - 9. Prosinec 2019 - 0:55
Linus Torvalds has just issued the first release candidate of the Linux 5.5 cycle following the traditional two week long merge window...
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