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Daniel Vetter of Intel has published a new patch-set to enable interlaced support within their DRM kernel driver.
27 January 2012 - Testing Time
It turns out that Intel's recently-launched Medfield SoC for tablets and smart-phones will support VA-API for video acceleration.
17 January 2012 - It's There - 6 Comments
The fun for the Linux 3.3 kernel merge window is not over quite yet; Intel this morning published 50 patches for integration into this next Linux kernel that affect ACPI and power management, primarily around ACPI 5.0 support for the Linux kernel.
17 January 2012 - ACPI 5.0 - 3 Comments
Intel's Linux graphics team is seeking any questions or feedback that Phoronix readers have concerning their open-source Linux graphics driver stack.
12 January 2012 - Linux Graphics - 173 Comments
The Tizen Linux project, which is backed by Intel, Samsung, and others, have released some initial code and other information in time for CES 2012.
10 January 2012 - MeeGo-Successor - 6 Comments
Following the Will Intel's Ivy Bridge Be Trouble-Free On Linux? article, I received some additional information from Intel concerning the Linux support for their next-generation Ivy Bridge processors.
10 January 2012 - Should Be Good - 3 Comments
While the next-generation Ivy Bridge hardware may not be shown off this week at CES2012 (in public that is, in private that's a different story), what Intel and their partners will be promoting heavily this week in Las Vegas is their "Medfield" platform. But how well supported under Linux is this next-generation Intel mobile platform? Are there going to be more binary blobs coming out for Linux?
8 January 2012 - Binary Mess? - 16 Comments
It was nearly one year ago to the day that Intel launched their Sandy Bridge processors. While these CPUs with much-improved integrated graphics are now wildly popular for Linux users (and Microsoft Windows users, too), it wasn't without a rough start. But how will Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge launch fair under Linux as the successor to Sandy Bridge?
7 January 2012 - Or Is It Botched? - 4 Comments
Following the September announcement of the Linux-based Tizen platform and that Intel will transition to it from MeeGo, along with other vendors making changes, there's been some controversy.
3 January 2012 - No Release - 17 Comments
Intel GMA500 "Poulsbo" graphics have a better out-of-the-box experience under the forthcoming Ubuntu 12.04 LTS release thanks to improvements in the open-source field, but ultimately it's still an ugly mess.
29 December 2011 - Intel GMA500 - 4 Comments
It turns out the semaphore issues for Intel Sandy Bridge Linux users continues to be present and it's resulting in the patch from the recent Intel merge having to be changed at the last minute within the Linux 3.2 kernel.
23 December 2011 - Sandy Bridge Bug - 3 Comments
There's just a week and a half left to the year, but will Intel be successful in their goal of open-source OpenGL 3.0 support in Mesa for their Sandy/Ivy Bridge hardware in 2011? It looks like they will fall just short.
21 December 2011 - Intel Sandy Bridge / Ivy Bridge - 35 Comments
RC6 power-savings is now on by default for Intel Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge graphics hardware in the upcoming Linux 3.2 kernel.
16 December 2011 - Linux Support
Wondering how Intel's SNA acceleration architecture is performing for Ironlake hardware? Here's some benchmarks.
15 December 2011 - Benchmarks - 5 Comments
Zhigang Gong of Intel China has published a new Linux patch today that enables the rest of the Glamor acceleration architecture functions to be used by the Intel X.Org driver. Glamor is a new means of accelerating 2D over OpenGL for the DDX driver.
13 December 2011 - Glamor Acceleration - 1 Comment
In less than one minute, it's now possible to build the Linux kernel from source on a desktop.
11 December 2011 - Linux Kernel - 45 Comments
Patches have begun to surface this week from an Intel developer that begin to work on 3D monitor support under Linux.
10 December 2011 - Driver Support - 11 Comments
Keith Packard on Friday evening fired off an email and patch to enable RC6 power-savings support on Intel Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge hardware where possible. This hardware feature can decrease power usage while also increasing performance in certain workloads.
10 December 2011 - Finally
Back at XDC2011 Chicago plans were laid by Intel OSTC developers to have OpenGL 3.0 support in Mesa before year's end, but with three weeks left to 2011, will they make this deadline?
9 December 2011 - Deadline Approaches - 4 Comments
A new Intel kernel frame-buffer driver has been published to the Linux kernel mailing list. However, this driver isn't for the current-generation Intel graphics hardware, Ivy Bridge, Haswell, or even for the notorious PowerVR-based Poulsbo.
8 December 2011 - For Ancient Hardware - 7 Comments
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