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Linux 3.12 features

September 3, 2013 |

Linux 3.11 has now been released after an eventful set of rc releases [rc7, rc6, rc5]. We already have a lowdown of the exciting features of Linux 3.11 kernel here and today we bring to you the features you can … Read More

Developer codes Direct3D 9 support for Linux via Gallium3D

July 17, 2013 | 1

A developer associated with the Nouveau graphics driver project has announced support for Direct3D APIs via the new Gallium3D state tracker using which games can be run on Linux and that too with better performance as compared to that offered by Wine.
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Linux 3.11 merge window closes, Linux 3.11-rc1 released

July 15, 2013 |

Linux 3.11 merge window is now closed and Linus Torvalds has announced the release of Linux 3.11-rc1 on Sunday afternoon.
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Linux 3.11 features

July 12, 2013 |

Linux 3.11 merge window is about to close, most probably this Sunday, and most of the pull requests have been merged. Here we are listing out the highlights of the expected Linux Kernel 3.11 features.
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The Linux Foundation announces 2013 Training Scholarship Program

June 18, 2013 |

Today, The Linux Foundation announced its latest annual Linux Training Scholarship Program with new categories reflecting a change in trend in the world of programming.
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Linux 3.10-rc6 released rather calmly

June 16, 2013 |

After a dramatic Linux 3.10-rc5 release last week, Linus Torvalds has released the 3.10-rc6 yesterday afternoon noting that things have been better as compared to last week.
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iTunes on Ubuntu? Here’s how you get it running

June 11, 2013 | 4

Apple hasn’t been too kind to open source users by not releasing a Linux / Unix variant of its popular iTunes software. But, if you do want to have one working on Ubuntu, you can use an emulation software like PlayOnLinux to do so.
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Best of Linux 3.10 features

June 10, 2013 |

Recent news about Linus Torvalds’ profanity warning over the release of Linux 3.10-rc5 has created quite a buzz in the open source world.
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