Darktile is a GPU-rendered terminal emulator (written in Go) designed for windows side by side. Learn more about Darktile here.
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GPU-accelerated terminal emulators for Linux offload rendering to the GPU for lower system load and buttery smooth scrolling. Learn more here.
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Until now, no Valhall devices (Mali-G57, Mali-G78) ran mainline Linux. Whilst this made driver development obviously difficult, there’s no better time to write drivers than before the devices even get into the hands of end-users. Here’s a tale fr…Read More
Yesterday Valve has published its monthly Steam Hardware Survey for October, and aside from showing the usual Nvidia and Intel dominance in GPUs and CPUs usage among Steam users, there weren’t many new takeaways from the latest report except Linux gami…Read More
The following tutorial will teach you how to install the latest bleeding-edge Nvidia Beta Graphic drivers for Linux Mint 20.
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Check out Dear PyGui 1.0.0 (the DPG), a cross-platform toolkit for GUI development in Python. The most important feature of the project is the use of multithreading and outsourcing of operations to the GPU to speed up rendering. The key goal of shaping the 1.0.0 release is to stabilize the API. Compatibility-breaking changes will now […]Read More
In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Nvidia Graphic Drivers for the series 470.xx / 465.xx / 460.xx / 390.xx and 340.xx from the Nvidia Proprietary Repository, giving you the latest in software available.
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Want to use ffmpeg to accelerate video encode and decode with an NVIDIA GPU on Linux? Try this tutorial which explains how to install and configure ffmpeg with NVIDIA hardware acceleration on Linux.
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The open-source Panfrost driver for Mali GPUs has now achieved official conformance on Mali-G52 for OpenGL ES 3.1, as seen on the Khronos adopters list. This important milestone is a step forward for the open source driver, as it now certifies Panfrost for use in commercial products containing Mali-G52 and paves the way for further […]
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It’s been two weeks since the release of Linux kernel 5.14, which slowly makes its way into the stable software repositories of various popular GNU/Linux distributions, and now it’s time to go out and test another new kernel series, Linux 5.15, which will be released later this fall. Linux 5.15 looks to be yet another […]
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