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Mesa 21.2 has been in development for the past three months and brings a plethora of new features to the RADV (Radeon Vulkan) driver, in the form of several Vulkan extensions to improve support for Vulkan apps/games, as well as OpenGL ES 3.1 support on GT21x hardware and the Panfrost driver, wideLines support on lavapipe, […]
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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Swift on Ubuntu 20.04 and 21.04. Swift, often referred to as “Objective-C, without the C,” is an open-source programming language developed and maintained by Apple. Swift is a general-purpose programming language built using a modern approach to safety, performance, and software design patterns. The Swift project aims to create the best available language for uses ranging from systems programming to […]
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Solus OS is a fresh take on Linux with a message: less is more. No hassling with settings. Everything is taken care of for you ahead of time. Learn more about this simple Linux distribution here.
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Pantacor team announced the release of Pantabox and community website Pantavisor.io. Inspired by other open-source projects like Busybox, Pantabox is a self-contained frontend for managing Pantavisor Linux directly on IoT devices. In addition to this, they’ve launched a new home for Pantavisor Linux – an open-source framework for containerized embedded Linux development at Pantavisor.io.
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In early March, I took a first look at Ubuntu’s new Desktop Installer. Canonical provided web-based designs of the new installer ahead of its initial release, as part of the Ubuntu installation images, but now the installer written in Flutter is finally available for public testing in the latest daily build images of Ubuntu 21.10. […]
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Nitrux has just released a new update to their 1.5 series of distributions, bringing us up to version 1.5.1. Here is what’s new.
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Valve and AMD are working together to develop a better CPU performance scaling driver for Linux, targeting the Steam Deck gaming console. The new driver will allow the processor in the Steam Deck to quickly ramp up to a higher performance state when needed and achieve better performance per watt.
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When the Open Compute Project was founded (about 10 years ago), it began redefining the term “open source.” Before then, the term had primarily been applied to software, although it had, to a lesser degree, been applied to hardware as well. At OCP, the term open applies to specifications regarding all aspects of a data center — from […]
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UFW or Uncomplicated Firewall is an application to manage an iptables-based firewall on Ubuntu. UFW is the default firewall configuration tool for Ubuntu Linux and provides a user-friendly way to configure the firewall, the UFW command is just like English language so the commands are easy to remember. The UFW firewall supports IPv4 and IPv6.
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Gerbera is a free UPnP media server which allows you to stream your digital media through your home network and consume it on a variety of UPnP compatible devices. It’s based on MediaTomb and works with any UPnP compliant client.
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