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  • A Prominent Linux Kernel Developer Re-Joins AMD

    Phoronix: A Prominent Linux Kernel Developer Re-Joins AMD

    Those paying close attention to the Linux kernel development may have noticed a small change to how a key Linux developer is marking his kernel patches...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/BP-Back-At-AMD

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    They need to reopen OSRC but I consider no official building or offices and do all remote work.

    Please make OpenCL and Vulkan Compute to not suck. ROCm is a joke.

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      I hope AMD developers can figure out how to add CPU power usage to lm-sensors so it would be accessible to user space system monitors without root access.

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        Originally posted by timofonic View Post
        They need to reopen OSRC but I consider no official building or offices and do all remote work.

        Please make OpenCL and Vulkan Compute to not suck. ROCm is a joke.
        IMO should abandon their own compute stack and invest head first into mesa compute (VK and rusticl)

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          Originally posted by timofonic View Post
          ROCm is a joke.
          No, it's not a joke.
          But i agree that is too little, too late.

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            Originally posted by boboviz View Post
            No, it's not a joke.
            But i agree that is too little, too late.
            That's a joke to me, a bad one. It's a major piece of software to use their hardware, they should do it a lot better.

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