Mesa 10.6.2 Brings Many Stable Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 11 July 2015 at 04:53 PM EDT. 1 Comment
MESA --
The latest stable release of Mesa 10.6 is now available and it comes with a plethora of fixes.

In total the Mesa 10.6.2 point release has just under 40 fixes and is a rather healthy update for those living by the Mesa stable releases.

As explained by Mesa release manager Emil Velikov in the release announcement, "This time around we have a considerable list of fixes, most of which in the glsl, core mesa, and i965 & nouveau codebases. From a users perspective that relates to GPU lockup and incorrect rendering patches, removed unneeded dependency of external SHA1 implementations, and crashfix when multiple versions of libudev are available at runtime."
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