Intel News Archives
While some users want an Intel Gallium3D driver, it likely won't happen anytime soon (if ever) since the Intel OTC developers remain unconvinced.
20 September 2012 - XDC2012 - 17 Comments
There's a new Intel X.Org driver release which now allows the Valley View software development vehicle to light up.
17 September 2012 - xf86-video-intel - 2 Comments
While Intel can be loved for consistently supporting their in-house products under Linux, and their Open-Source Technology Center (OTC) makes great strides at improving Linux from open-source contributions to the Mesa graphics stack to doing all sorts of kernel-level work along with major contributions to WebKit, Tizen, Wayland, and other key open-source components, they have a new blemish. It appears Intel won't be supporting their forthcoming Atom "Clover Trail" hardware under Linux.
13 September 2012 - No Clover Trail Love - 53 Comments
New patches have emerged today for supporting Stereoscopic 3D, as part of the HDMI 1.4a specification, with the open-source Intel Linux graphics driver.
12 September 2012 - Intel Graphics - 5 Comments
For those wondering about the state of atomic mode-setting / page-flipping, it's still being tackled by an Intel developer.
12 September 2012 - Atomic Page-Flipping - 11 Comments
A patch has finally been written for supporting HBR (High-Bit-Rate) audio over Intel HDMI devices on Linux.
10 September 2012 - Intel HBR - 8 Comments
Aside from a new Intel PRIME'd driver this weekend, there's also new Intel DRM driver code available for testing.
9 September 2012 - Intel New Code - 1 Comment
Chris Wilson has continued in his weekly trend of putting out new Intel X.Org driver releases. This weekend's Intel 2.20.7 driver lands the PRIME support.
8 September 2012 - PRIME Support - 10 Comments
Chris Wilson of Intel's Open-Source Technology Center continues his frequent release spree of xf86-video-intel X.Org driver updates.
2 September 2012 - New Update - 4 Comments
Intel developers are planning to merge Cilk Plus support into the mainline GCC code-base.
30 August 2012 - Intel OTC - 5 Comments
Intel's Ian Romanick mailed in the patch today to bump the Mesa master version to 9.0.
30 August 2012 - Patched - 7 Comments
Intel OTC developers continue to hack on the support for enabling next-generation Haswell processors with integrated graphics under Linux.
30 August 2012 - Intel Haswell - 1 Comment
Eric Anholt of Intel's Open-Source Technology Center had a few things to say yesterday at the 2012 GStreamer Conference about their open-source Linux graphics driver stack. Intel is aiming to hit hard on performance improvements and one of the interesting statements made is that they're now looking at moving to an LLVM-based shader compiler for a big performance win. Left 4 Dead 2 running on Mesa was also shown.
29 August 2012 - GLSL Shader Compiler - 15 Comments
Version 1.3 of intel-gpu-tools was released with "too much stuff changed", well, with 177 changes compared to the earlier release of this open-source GPU tools package for Intel hardware.
27 August 2012 - Intel GPU Tools 1.3
Following the recent Intel HD 2500 Ivy Bridge Linux graphics benchmarks, here's some more numbers that were recently collected when benchmarking the latest Linux graphics code with the Intel HD 2000/3000/4000 graphics cores when clocking the rest of the CPU to a common speed.
26 August 2012 - Performance - 1 Comment
Chris Wilson has released yet another driver update in the xf86-video-intel 2.20 series.
26 August 2012 - New Update - 1 Comment
Intel's Mesa driver for Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge graphics are now officially compliant against the Khronos OpenGL ES 2.0 specification.
21 August 2012 - GLES 2.0 - 3 Comments
Version 2.1 of PowerTOP has been released with improvements for not only Intel hardware running Linux but ARM assets as well.
20 August 2012 - New Features
A set of 58 patches have been published against the Intel Linux DRM kernel driver that completely rewrites the mode-setting code for this open-source Linux graphics driver.
19 August 2012 - Intel Rewrite - 11 Comments
An extensive set of patches have been published that allow the Linux kernel to be built with GCC's LTO (Link-Time Optimization) support for generating a faster Linux kernel binary but at the cost of much greater compile times.
19 August 2012 - Linux LTO - 29 Comments
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