A new series of Linux kernel patches indicate0 that support for Gen12 graphics for Tiger Lake is well underway.
Microsoft announced that it's supporting the addition of its exFAT file system technology to the Linux kernel. But developers were quick to voice their displeasure.
Navi 14 support is set to be back-ported to the Mesa 3D Graphics Library with the Mesa 19.2 release.
Linux users with Intel CPUs can rejoice because of a Mesa 3D Graphics Library update that can improve graphics performance on the Gen9 platform by up to 22%
Linux 5.3 will temporarily address issues with audio input that have affected systems that rely on AMD chipsets and Realtek audio codecs since at least 2017.
Nvidia is publishing some of its GPU hardware documentation with the MIT license to make it more accessible to Linux developers.
Ubuntu LTS will soon offer the latest stable drivers from Nvidia via the Stable Release Updates program.
Google announced today at the I/O developer conference that all of the Chromebooks it plans to release this year will also support Linux out of the box.
Intel now officially considers its open-source Linux drivers for Ice Lake’s Gen11 graphics feature-complete, more specifically its OpenGL and Vulkan drivers that are respectively called i915 and ANV
The Linux 5.2 kernel will reportedly improve the performance of touchscreens and trackpads in Ryzen-powered laptops.
Version 19.1 of the Mesa 3D Graphics Library will add support for fast color clears on Intel's Gen11 hardware.
AMD seems to be close to open-sourcing the code behind its Navi driver for Linux, supporting the idea that the next-gen graphics architecture could debut soon.
Linux 5.0 has been released, with its headlining features being the addition of FreeSync support and Spectre vulnerability fixes.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has started rolling out an update that brings its devices to the Linux 4.19 kernel.
The company behind the Harry Potter Coding Kit and the Computer Kit Touch is licensing the right to use Star Wars from Disney.
Changes to Linux 4.20's implementation of the Single Thread Indirect Branch Predictors (STIBP) mitigation appear to restore performance on Intel systems.
The implementation of STIBP mitigation in the Linux 4.20 kernel release for Intel systems can lead to a 50% performance drop for little practical reward.
Steam's database of Proton-compatible games has grown to over 2,600 games in only two months and the number keeps rising by the day.
The Linux kernel 5.20 will have out of the box support for Hygon's "Dhyana" SoC, which uses strikingly similar AMD EPYC technology.
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