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  • Linux 6.0 Graphics Driver Changes Preparing For Intel DG2/Alchemist & AMD RDNA3

    Phoronix: Linux 6.0 Graphics Driver Changes Preparing For Intel DG2/Alchemist & AMD RDNA3

    Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) subsystem maintainer David Airlie has submitted all of the open-source GPU/display driver updates for the Linux 6.0 (nee 5.20) merge window. Much of this work is centered around bringing up the Intel Arc Graphics DG2/Alchemist discrete graphics cards and on the AMD side continued work around enabling RDNA3 and Instinct MI300 graphics processors...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Linux-6.0-DRM-Graphics

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    Linux 6.0 (nee 5.20) merge window
    it looks like typo


    Definition of née

    1 —used to identify a woman by her maiden family name Mrs. Jane Doe, née Smith

    2 : originally or formerly called the Brewers née Pilots who also are in their third year— Fred Ciampa
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Peter Fodrek View Post

      it looks like typo
      It's just a shorter way to say "formerly called". It used to be 5.20, but now it's called 6.0. So, née 5.20 is correct.
      Edit: I might have misinterpreted your post. If you're saying it looks like a typo but actually isn't, then I agree
      Last edited by OpenSourceAnarchist; 03 August 2022, 12:14 PM. Reason: Reading text is hard

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      • #4
        News of Intels graphics drivers for the new GPUs on Windows were not good. It would be cool if the Linux drivers would be in a better state than those, at the time Linuxers could get their hands on the cards for a reasonable price.

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