By corbet The 4.11-rc2 kernel prepatch is out for
testing. “I think we’re in fine shape for this stage in the
development kernel, it shouldn’t be particularly scary to just say ‘I’ll be
a bit adventurous and test an rc2 kernel’. Yes, it’s early rc time still,
but go on, help us make sure we’re doing ok.”
By Eric Brown The MSC SM2S-AL SMARC 2.0 “short” COM offers an Apollo Lake SoC, triple display and industrial temp support, and an optional, Linux-driven starter kit. Avnet-owned MSC Technologies has launched a Linux-ready computer-on-module that runs on Intel Apollo Lake SoCs, and complies with the new SMARC 2.0 standard in the “short” form factor.
LinuxConfig: What if you would be able to perform a data compression four times faster, with the same compression ratio as you normally do.
From: Linux Today
By Will Foster You’ll need a few things to get started, we’ll be using a Fedora Desktop ARMv7 spin. I’ll be using XFCE as it’s my desktop of choice but you can substitute this for one you like. Note that we’ll be using the Raspberry Pi Kernels here…
Since last week’s tests of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, a number of Phoronix readers have requested tests of this high-end GP102 graphics card to be done under both the AMD Ryzen 7 1800X and Core i7 7700K. Here are those OpenGL and Vulkan gaming results for those looking at high-end Linux gaming performance.
By Mohd Sohail CentOS 7 is a free enterprise-class community supported Linux OS derived from RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) sources and designed to provide compatibility with RHEL. That is, CentOS aims to provide a free community-supported alternative to paid subscription service of RHEL. Let us take a look at the latest iteration to this very popular Linux distro, CentOS 7.
ostechnix: ‘script’ command records everrything you do in the Terminal in Unix-like operating systems.
From: Linux Today