Archiwum z Październik 2013

LibreOffice Lands A Ton Of GPU OpenCL Functions

środa, 30 Październik 2013

More than 50 commits pushed into the core code-base today for the LibreOffice open-source office suite work on support for “GPU Calc” to take advantage of OpenCL for various math spreadsheet calculations…

More than 50 commits pushed into the core code-base today for the LibreOffice open-source office suite work on support for “GPU Calc” to take advantage of OpenCL for various math spreadsheet calculations…

Read more at Phoronix

Firefox 25 Welcomes Mobile Guests

środa, 30 Październik 2013

eWEEK: The new open-source browser updates desktop and mobile editions and provides improved security and audio capabilities.

After a Few Months, the Ouya Game Console Draws Mixed Reactions

wtorek, 29 Październik 2013

OSTATIC: Just as in mobile app development for phones, developers are always comparing what they can make on one platform to what they can make on other ones.

Install GIT to Create and Share Your Own Projects on GITHub Repository

wtorek, 29 Październik 2013

Tecmint: Instead of downloading a project, making changes, and uploading it back to the server, GIT makes the local machine act as a server.

Motorola joins forces with Phonebloks to introduce open source hardware

wtorek, 29 Październik 2013

The Inquirer: Whereas Phonebloks was just an idea, Project Ara is an open source project based on a series of hackathons under the “Make With Moto” banner.

Mesa 10.0 Gets A Release Date, Branching Plan

wtorek, 29 Październik 2013

Mesa 10.0 has many new 3D graphics features and we’ve known for a while the plan was to put out this next Mesa release in November. Now we have a better idea for when the Mesa 10.0 branching will happen and official release happen…

Mesa 10.0 has many new 3D graphics features and we’ve known for a while the plan was to put out this next Mesa release in November. Now we have a better idea for when the Mesa 10.0 branching will happen and official release happen…

Read more at Phoronix

KTAP 0.3 Brings New Linux Dynamic Tracing Features

wtorek, 29 Październik 2013

KTAP is a lightweight script-based dynamic tracing tool for Linux that remains independent of GCC and doesn’t require kernel module re-compilation. KTAP 0.3 was just announced this morning and with it comes some more features…

KTAP is a lightweight script-based dynamic tracing tool for Linux that remains independent of GCC and doesn’t require kernel module re-compilation. KTAP 0.3 was just announced this morning and with it comes some more features…

Read more at Phoronix

Cinnamon Desktop: Breaks With GNOME, Finds Beefed-Up Nemo

wtorek, 29 Październik 2013

The Cinnamon Desktop project recently released version 2, a major overhaul of the desktop environment that’s best known as the default option for Linux Mint’s flagship release.……

It’s all a bit more Windowsy than its ancestors

Review  The Cinnamon Desktop project recently released version 2, a major overhaul of the desktop environment that’s best known as the default option for Linux Mint’s flagship release.…

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Arch-Based Manjaro 0.8.8-RC1 Has A New Installer

wtorek, 29 Październik 2013

Manjaro Linux 0.8.8-RC1 is now available and it features package management and installation improvements…

Manjaro Linux 0.8.8-RC1 is now available and it features package management and installation improvements…

Read more at Phoronix

Improvements Coming To Weston’s Wayland Back-End

poniedziałek, 28 Październik 2013

The Wayland back-end to the Weston compositor allows Weston to run inside an existing Wayland compositor, i.e. a nested Weston scenario or running Weston atop a completely different Wayland compositor. A set of 11 patches were published Sunday night for making the Wayland back-end more on par with the X11…

The Wayland back-end to the Weston compositor allows Weston to run inside an existing Wayland compositor, i.e. a nested Weston scenario or running Weston atop a completely different Wayland compositor. A set of 11 patches were published Sunday night for making the Wayland back-end more on par with the X11 back-end…

Read more at Phoronix