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Steam Client Supports VA-API Hardware Encoding on Linux

Good news for Linux users! The new Steam Client update adds support for VA-API hardware encoding on Linux. Users who don’t want this feature will be able to disable it by turning off AMD and Intel hardware encoding in the Remote Play advanced host settings. Moreover, Valve added support for DMABUF PipeWire capture on Linux, […]

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Is Clear Linux the Most Powerful Operating System in 2022?

“Most Powerful” is bold talk. But it ain’t braggin’ if you can back it up, right? “… it boots faster, uses fewer resources, and outperforms Fedora 33 in benchmarking.” As SystemWeakness.com’s don pablo reports, the Intel-built OS is definitely optimized for Intel hardware, but that “many of the performance gains noticed in Clear Linux for […]

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Intel Chip Flaw Could Enable Attacks on Laptops, Cars, Medical Devices

Researchers uncovered a vulnerability in Intel Processors that could affect laptops, cars and embedded systems. The flaw—CVE-2021-0146—enables testing or debugging modes on multiple Intel processor lines, which could allow an unauthorized user with phy…

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Linux Remains Above 1% on the Steam Hardware Survey

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…

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Intel Opens the Code of the ControlFlag Machine Learning System to Detect Errors in the Code

Intel has revealed developments related to the ControlFlag research project aimed at creating a machine learning system for improving code quality. The toolkit prepared by the project allows, based on a model trained on a large amount of existing code, to identify various errors and anomalies in source texts written in high-level languages ​​such as C / C ++. The […]

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The Open Source Security Foundation Receives $10 Million in Funding

The Linux Foundation has announced a $10 million commitment to the OpenSSF (Open Source Security Foundation), an effort to improve the security of open source software. Funds will be raised through royalties from parent companies of OpenSSF, including Amazon, Cisco, Dell Technologies, Ericsson, Facebook, Fidelity, GitHub, Google, IBM, Intel, JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Oracle, […]

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TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 14 Linux Laptop Updated with NVIDIA RTX 3050 Ti Graphics

Launched earlier this year in May, the 6th generation TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 14 laptop is TUXEDO Computers’ first-ever device to feature a 16:10 Omnia display with a 2880×1800 pixels (3K) resolution. Powered by 11th generation “Tiger Lake” Intel Core i7-1165G7 and i7-11370H processors with 4 cores, 8 threads and up to 4.8 GHz clock speeds, […]

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Open Source Security: A Big Problem

Open source security has been a big focus of this week’s Black Hat conference, but no open source security initiative is bolder than the one proffered by the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF). Amid discussions on the security of open source technologies like eBPF and Hadoop, OpenSSF speakers Jennifer Fernick, SVP and head of global […]

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Need a Linux Gaming Laptop? Check Out the TUXEDO Stellaris

Check out the new TUEXDO Stellaris, a high-end gaming laptop that runs Linux. In this post we share the TUXEDO Stellaris price, specs, and other details.
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