Items tagged with Linux

Here is a bit of potentially good news for Linux gamers—recent Linux driver patches suggest AMD is working to implement to implement integer scaling support for Radeon GPUs, perhaps as early as next month. Nothing is for certain, but there are definitely clues to be encouraged. It's also worth noting that integer... Read more...
AMD's current generation GPUs powering its Radeon RX 5700 XT, Radeon RX 5700, and Radeon RX 5500 graphics cards are not the end of the road for Navi. We know there will be a later version that will support real-time ray tracing on the hardware level. As we wait for what comes next, a couple of unannounced, next-gen... Read more...
The Raspberry Pi 4 is one of the cheapest single-board computers around, and thanks to its substantial performance boost over its predecessors, it also represents a good bang for the buck if you're interested in learning Linux, or just want to kick back and play some of your favorite retro games in Lakka. The good... Read more...
Microsoft continues to tweak and polish an upcoming major update to Windows 10 that is scheduled to roll out in the first half of next year. As such, the latest Windows Insider 20H1 preview build (18975) contains some new things to play with, including the ability to move the Cortana window around to anywhere on the... Read more...
Microsoft is pushing out a new Windows 10 build to Fast ring subscribers in the Windows Insider program (on purpose this time!). The new build (18945) is a preview version of the 201H update that is headed to PCs in the first half of next year, rather than the one that will roll out later in 2019 (currently codenamed... Read more...
Pine64 has made a name for itself by producing single-board PCs that are competitive with the incredibly Raspberry Pi family. Single-board PCs are well-known not only for their relatively affordable prices, but also their versatility when it comes to empowering new form-factors. Pine64's latest venture is with what... Read more...
Users running Linux on Microsoft Azure have now outpaced the number of users running Windows Server on Azure. The revelation comes from a Microsoft Linux kernel developer named Sasha Levin. Levin made the comment in a request that Microsoft be allowed to join a Linux security list. The use of Linux on Azure has grown... Read more...
Most of the world might be running Windows for the operating system on PCs, but there is a healthy contingent of folks who prefer Ubuntu Linux made by Canonical. Dell unveiled new workstations in May that run Ubuntu Linux specifically for that community. Canonical didn't make gamers happy when it announced that it... Read more...
If you're an Azure customer running Linux Exim email servers, then Microsoft has a warning for you. Over the weekend, it was disclosed that Linux servers numbering in the millions were vulnerability to a critical security vulnerability in the Exim mail transport agent, also known as MTA. At last count roughly 3.5... Read more...
Hell has not frozen over and last I checked, there are no pigs flying overhead. However, the latest test build of Windows 10 (18917) does include a full Linux kernel, which brings about a key change to the way way Windows accesses and handles Linux files. Not to worry though, the change is for the better, resulting in... Read more...
Goodbye Windows, hello Linux! The South Korean government recently announced that they will be switching the operating systems of all of their computers from Windows to Linux. The South Korean government has relied on Windows 7 for several years and does not plan to transition to Windows 10. Unfortunately for many... Read more...
Microsoft has announced something interesting for Windows 10 users that could mean buyers no longer need to decide between a Windows machine and a dedicated Linux machine like Dell's new Ubuntu workstations unveiled a few days ago. Microsoft has announced that starting with Windows 10 Insider Preview builds this... Read more...
Microsoft shocked pretty much the entire tech community when it officially announced that it would be abandoning its EdgeHTML-based Microsoft Edge browser in favor of an all-new version built on Google's Chromium engine. Microsoft has already issued Canary and Dev builds of the new Chromium-infused Edge, but it has... Read more...
Give Dell credit, the bulk system builder has not shied away from Linux, and for several years has offered certain PCs with Ubuntu installed instead of Windows. That includes its Precision 7000 tower and rack workstations, and of course the XPS 13 Developer Edition.. Now you can order a more affordable Precision 3540... Read more...
A software development company out of the UK called Collabora has unveiled something that Linux users will be excited about. The software is called SPURV, and it is described as an "experimental containerized Android environment" that is designed to allow Linux users to run Android apps in windows alongside native applications on desktop Linux. Read more...
It looks as though Intel is readying a new round of processors with up to 10 cores and 20 threads, based on a breakdown of a recent graphics drivers patches for Linux. The driver code references unreleased Comet Lake desktop CPUs, including dual-core, quad-core, hexa-core, octa-core, and deca-core models. This is... Read more...
Following up on Microsoft's previous announcement that it was adding the ability to access Linux files inside of File Explorer in Windows 10, the Redmond software giant is now testing the feature in the latest Preview build (18342), which is available to Windows Insiders who are subscribed in the Fast ring. If all... Read more...
Windows 10's infamous October 2018 Update is soon to become a distant memory, as Microsoft is hard at work putting the polish on the next major Windows build, expected in April. In a new blog post, Microsoft's Craig Loewen reports that big changes are coming to the Windows Subsystem for Linux, including the ability to... Read more...
Raspberry Pi developer boards have proven to be very popular with folks looking to build a project that needs a power-efficient and modest performing single-board PC. Raspberry Pi unveiled its Raspberry Pi Model 3 A+ last month for $25. The success of Raspberry Pi has spawned similarly designed products from a number of competitors looking Read more...
There's a lot to like about Tesla's Model 3, but as with most things with prepackaged entertainment (or infotainment) systems, even this beautiful electric car leave people yearning for a bit more. In the case of one reddit user, Tesla's infotainment system didn't satiate his/her entertainment hunger, so they decided... Read more...
With the value of Bitcoin once again experiencing a big drop this past week, you may begin to think that malware developers would begin shifting focus elsewhere. Unfortunately, that's far from being the case. Even if crypto seems to have modest value, that value becomes substantial when you multiply it by every... Read more...
It looks as though Linus Torvalds needs a cooling off period. After a number of public outbursts online and raging against tech titans, Torvalds announced this weekend that he is temporarily stepping away from his current responsibilities of maintaining the Linux kernel to work on his personal behavior.  In a post... Read more...
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