Genode OS 22.11 Released With Support For Intel Gen12 Graphics, More PinePhone Work

Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 1 December 2022 at 05:58 AM EST. 17 Comments
Developers behind the Genode open-source operating system framework that uses a micro-kernel design have released their v22.11 update.

With Genode OS 22.11 they now support Intel Gen12 class graphics after porting over the latest graphics driver code from Linux and making changes to its Intel graphics multiplexer design. This is particularly good news for Genode's Sculpt OS general purpose operating system if wanting to enjoy accelerated graphics on the latest generation Intel hardware.

Genode OS 22.11 also has more work on PinePhone support, virtualization improvements for Arm and x86_64, configurable Intel HWP mode, various device driver improvements, bootloading over HTTP, and other additions.


See the Genode 22.11 release notes for more details on the changes to this original open-source operating system framework.
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