Koristim Linux već skoro deceniju, a u poslednje vreme sve više ljudi oko mene istražuje razne distribucije, pa reših da kažem što šta na tu temu. Naime, danas među cyber populacijom vRead More...
Yet again Marek Olšák has made another great improvement to Mesa. Recently this independent developer has been working quite a lot in implementing OpenGL 3.0 support for the open-source Mesa stack. Ending out this weekend, he now has working OGL3 floating-point depth buffers per the GL_ARB_depth_buffer_float extension...
Marek Olšák, one of the most prolific open-source graphics driver developers that isn't backed by any corporation, has made another major improvement to the open-source ATI/AMD "R600" Gallium3D driver. This student developer has reworked the Radeon winsys back-end, which can cause major performance improvements...
Question by alpha523: rate my machine deck?
it needs some work but let me know about anything to change and rate and fix it please
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The Linux Foundation Store: Linux gets silly
Cyber Cynic: “…the Linux Foundation, the non-profit organization dedicated to growing Linux, has launched a new Linux merchandise store featuring a line of exclusive and original T-shirts, hats, mugs and other items that reflect “geek culture.”"
hy... i;m a noob in linux(ubuntu) never used linux before but i like chalanges and i have a problem ... i tried 4-6 distribuions of linux : ubuntu, gento,slakware, fedora,and another distrib of linux... but exept ubuntu i wasent able to install any other version of linux
here are my system spec:
CPU-amd 64x2 7750 BE
After months of hard work, the DEFT Linux team proudly announced that the final and stable version of the DEFT Linux 7 operating system is now available for download. DEFT Linux 7 is the first Linux distribution able to perform Computer Forensics, Network Forensics, Mobile Forensics, Cyber Intelligence and Incident Response. "D... (read more)
Cyber Cynic: "The Linux kernel panel at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit is usually a glimpse into Linux's future, but this time it was also a reflection on how far Linux has come and how its leadership is growing older."