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Intel News Archives

Intel SMAP Comes To Try To Better Secure Linux

Intel SMAP support has landed in the mainline Linux kernel, which is a Supervisor Mode Access Prevention found on newer Intel CPUs.
2 October 2012 - Intel SMAP - 11 Comments

Intel Mesa Driver Now Handles Register Spilling

The Intel i965 Mesa DRI driver can now handle register spilling.
2 October 2012 - Register Spilling - 1 Comment

Intel Driver Update Brings Back XvMC, Fixes Bugs

Chris Wilson has released yet another xf86-video-intel 2.20.x driver. This time around, the 2.20.9 point release brings back X-Video Motion Compensation (XvMC) and also fixes a critical bug.
29 September 2012 - XvMC Intel

Intel Valley View Support Continues To Mature

While it's been a number of days since mentioning anything on Intel's forthcoming Valley View Atom SoC, the open-source graphics driver support continues to mature.
28 September 2012 - Valley View - 2 Comments

Tizen 2.0 Alpha SDK With Source-Code Released

An alpha release of the Tizen 2.0 SDK with source-code was released this week.
28 September 2012 - Tizen 2.0

Libhybris: Load Android Libraries, Override Bionic Symbols

Several Phoronix readers have written in about libhybris, a way to load Android libraries while overriding some Bionic symbols with those symbols from glibc.
25 September 2012 - Libhybris - 8 Comments

Intel Continues Making Wayland Tablet-Friendly

Intel has been working on a tablet shell for Wayland's Weston compositor. Work on this reference tablet shell continues to move forward.
25 September 2012 - Tablet Work - 4 Comments

Intel Mode-Setting Code Rework Explained

Back in August new Intel driver mode-setting code was unveiled by Daniel Vetter. Today at XDC2012 he explained this i915 KMS driver rework to the X.Org developers in Germany.
21 September 2012 - i915 mode-setting

Intel Developers Remain Unconvinced By Gallium3D

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

Intel Valley View SDV Powers On With X.Org

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

Intel Shafting Linux Users With Clover Trail: No Support

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

Intel Linux Support For HDMI Stereoscopic 3D

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

Atomic Page-Flipping Still Being Worked On

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

Intel HDMI Now Handles HBR: High Bit-Rate Audio

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

Intel Updates Its Kernel Driver Code For Testing

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

Released Intel Driver Gets PRIME'd For Sharing

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

Intel Puts Out Yet Another 2.20.x DDX Driver

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 Is Ready For Merging Cilk Plus Into GCC

Intel developers are planning to merge Cilk Plus support into the mainline GCC code-base.
30 August 2012 - Intel OTC - 5 Comments

Going To Mesa 9.0 Is Official With Intel OpenGL 3.1

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 Continues Banging On Haswell Driver Support

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

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