DragonFlyBSD's Intel DRM/KMS Driver Now On Par With Linux 4.3

While the FreeBSD's Intel kernel DRM/KMS driver is still dating back to the Linux 3.x kernel days and the state of other BSD distributions vary when it comes to their DRM/KMS support, DragonFlyBSD continues moving forward with their DRM/KMS driver porting from the Linux kernel. Their i915 DRM driver now is based off the relatively recent Linux 4.3 kernel.

7 Hours Ago - BSD - i915 DRM - 3 Comments

5 May

4 May

Wayland 1.11 Alpha Released

The first alpha is now available of Wayland 1.11 along with the adjoining Weston 1.11 reference compositor. This also marks the feature freeze for the Wayland/Weston 1.11 series.

4 May 07:21 AM EDT - Wayland - Plus Weston 1.11 Alpha - 8 Comments

3 May

Ndiswrapper 1.60 Released

If you are a newcomer to Linux you may not even have an idea what Ndiswrapper is even though it was very much used a number of years ago, but nevertheless, Ndiswrapper 1.60 has been released.

3 May 08:05 AM EDT - Hardware - Ndiswrapper - 10 Comments

2 May

Intel Decides To Let Go Of Broxton

Broxton was to be Intel's 2016 Atom SoC platform for phones and tablets. Broxton was to be using 14nm Goldmont CPU cores and Skylake graphics, but now it's no more.

2 May 09:14 AM EDT - Intel - No More Broxton - 51 Comments

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