"3D support for newer Radeon GPUs is now adequate for Compiz.
DRBD should make it into the main Linux kernel development tree in
"It seems like many of the Northern hemisphere's finest open
source developers must be away enjoying their summer holidays at
the moment – apart from the release of Microsoft's Hyper-V
driver for Linux under the GPL and a disagreement between Linux
gurus Alan Cox and Linus Torvalds, things have been pretty quiet.
Not that the open source community is in complete hibernation and
there are plenty of newsworthy events for the Kernel Log to
"All about graphics hardware
NVIDIA last week released version 185.18.29 of its proprietary
Linux graphics drivers (x86-32, x86-64). They contain a number of
bug fixes and a few minor enhancements, in particular for the Video
Decode and Presentation API for Unix (VDPAU), released last
November. The graphics chip vendor is now working on major changes
and OpenGL 3.2 support in its 190 series drivers – the
current pre-release version number is 190.18.03."
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