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Intel OTC has published a set of 21 new patches for "Haswell" hardware enablement of their graphics core with their open-source Linux driver. With this latest round of patches, Intel is already saying that the Haswell Linux graphics support is nearly on par with Ivy Bridge when it comes to the kernel driver.
29 June 2012 - Haswell 2013 - 8 Comments
Another Intel DRM pull request was submitted this morning for driver changes that will ultimately land in the Linux 3.6 kernel. With these latest open-source Intel driver changes, some new details are revealed about Intel's Valley View -- their next-generation Atom SoC that sports Ivy Bridge class graphics rather than any PowerVR cruft.
28 June 2012 - More News - 3 Comments
A second round of patches have emerged for the open-source Intel Linux graphics driver to support atomic mode-setting with the kernel.
27 June 2012 - Intel OTC - 1 Comment
The Intel "i915g" Gallium3D driver now implements sRGB textures support, but this is basically the end of the road for new features.
27 June 2012 - Latest Work - 11 Comments
Intel quietly pushed out their "Ivy Bridge" graphics programming documentation and register specifications on Friday. This Ivy Bridge graphics core programming documentation spans 17 files spread across three volumes and 2,468 pages of technical details concerning their latest-generation graphics.
23 June 2012 - Lots Of Documentation - 27 Comments
It looks like for the Linux 3.6 kernel there will finally be D3 Cold power-savings support for PCI Express devices under Linux.
23 June 2012 - D3cold - 1 Comment
While Intel's original GMA500 "Poulsbo" hardware is now more than four years old, this Intel Atom platform with PowerVR graphics continues to be a bloody mess under Linux.
19 June 2012 - PowerVR - 28 Comments
For those that didn't hear yet, Intel's getting ready to ship the Larrabee-derived "Knights Corner" co-processors and they will be marketed under the name of Xeon Phi.
19 June 2012 - Larrabee - 18 Comments
Intel has published open-source code for supporting the Knights Corner micro-architecture on Linux.
13 June 2012 - Knights Corner - 5 Comments
For months already Intel has been working on Haswell enablement under Linux. While the Intel Haswell CPUs are still a year out from shipping, the graphics code is already being tackled quite extensively. This morning we're now seeing the first signs of Intel Haswell audio support.
13 June 2012 - Intel Haswell - 6 Comments
While the Linux 3.5 kernel is still weeks away from being released (we're not even at 3.5-rc3 yet!), the Intel DRM graphics driver changes have already begun to queue up for the Linux 3.6 kernel.
12 June 2012 - Linux 3.6 - 1 Comment
In making way for some interesting Linux benchmarks coming up, here's some of the results from last month that haven't yet been published. This is a brief look at Mesa 8.0 vs. 8.1-devel Git for Intel Ivy Bridge hardware.
12 June 2012 - Not Much - 2 Comments
Ubuntu developers are looking at enabling support for Intel SNA acceleration within the open-source graphics driver for the Ubuntu 12.10 release.
8 June 2012 - 2D Acceleration - 9 Comments
While not yet the default means of 2D acceleration for the Intel driver, the SNA architecture is even reportedly performing well -- better than UXA -- for the old Intel 855.
2 June 2012 - SNA Over UXA - 2 Comments
Intel continues to work on Linux kernel patches for ZPODD support.
28 May 2012 - SATA ZPODD - 6 Comments
Intel's Open-Source Technology Center team has published a massive set of 43 patches for "Fastboot" support with their open-source Linux graphics driver.
26 May 2012 - New Patches - 23 Comments
Aside from Intel's Open-Source Technology Center finally releasing PowerTOP 2.0, developers at the company have also finally released a stable version of another one of their initiatives: ConnMan.
11 May 2012 - ConnMan 1.0 - 5 Comments
Mesa is finally getting closer to properly supporting MSAA, a.k.a. Multi-Sample Anti-Aliasing, but for now this is just Intel Sandy Bridge supported.
10 May 2012 - Anti-Aliasing - 20 Comments
As a word of caution for anyone that was hoping Thunderbolt (a.k.a. Light Peak) was in good shape for Linux, the Intel technology doesn't appear to be quite ready yet.
5 May 2012 - Linux Thunderbolt - 4 Comments
There's many more Ivy Bridge Linux tests coming out in the next few weeks, but here's some new results today for the Core i7 3770K processor looking at the overclocking results and effects of Turbo Boost and Hyper Threading.
3 May 2012 - Core i7 3770K - 8 Comments
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