This CPU certainly isn't meant for any really demanding workloads, but could serve as a potential Linux desktop with basic accelerated graphics via the HD Graphics 510. The Pentium G4400 is still rated to drive up to three displays and can handle 4K via HDMI/DP. Like the other Skylake processors with HD Graphics 530, the hardware can support up to OpenGL 4.4 / DirectX 12 but under Linux the current Mesa driver still only has full OpenGL 3.3 support with the GL 4.x support being a work-in-progress.
With earlier today showing new OpenGL performance numbers for how the Nouveau driver with working re-clocking compared to NVIDIA's proprietary driver, here are some benchmarks to show how the AMDGPU kernel DRM driver with PowerPlay patches compare to AMD's Catalyst driver for the R9 285 (Tonga) and R9 Fury (Fiji) graphics cards.
NVIDIA continues to be working on PRIME synchronization support to fix tearing when using this multi-GPU method. There will be support for this functionality within the proprietary NVIDIA Linux driver.
As it's been a while since last playing with Intel's Beignet project, the open-source effort to allow OpenCL compute capabilities on HD/Iris Graphics under Linux, I decided to try it out on an Ubuntu 15.10 system this weekend with a Skylake processor.
Opinion: Why open source is the future of MBaaS
The open-source advantages of Linux have spurred enterprise adoption of the OS. For many of the same reasons, an open-source Mobile-Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS) framework is also the right choice for enterprise companies looking to support their branded apps.
GIMP 2.10 Development Started, Will Bring GEGL-Based Tools, OpenEXR Support
After turning 20 years of activity, the GIMP developers have been happy to announce that the development cycle of the upcoming GIMP 2.10 open-source and cross-platform image editor software has started with the immediate availability of GIMP 2.9.2.
Kwort Linux 4.3 Is Based on CRUX 3.2, Adds Chromium 47.0 and Linux Kernel 4.1.13
David Cortarello of the Kwort project has announced today, November 27, the release and immediate availability for download of the Kwort Linux 4.3 computer operating system.
Nike Free 5.0 Flyknit Men Shoes Sale nimble choice
Nike offers deliberately created this particular coach like a balance running footwear, that is just primarily created for regular trainings. A few athletes could find this difficult to make use of the actual footwear with regard to pace function due to the weightier pounds when compared with additional athletic shoes.
Much more infused systems from the footwear allow it to be the Nike Free 5.0 Flyknit Men Shoes Sale nimble choice with regard to severe athletes focused on attaining their own operating objectives. An additional matching technologies from the footwear that increases the assistance may be the Powerful Assistance program, which supplies the actual footwear it's optimum balance. Additionally, it allows athletes to manage feet movement, letting them changeover in order to less dangerous pronation by using the actual shoe capability to decrease pronation.
Much more comfort and ease can also be accomplished with the additional systems that are primarily the actual back heel assistance cut, primarily positioned round the back region to safeguard the actual runner back heel and also to help a far more safe back heel hit, and also the single-layered nylon uppers that helps correct air flow within the footwear to supply the actual athlete much more comfort and ease.
The organization offers certainly upped the actual requirements for a number of athletes through generating this particular edition from the Lunar Racing. The quantity of assistance distributed by this particular footwear nearly offers absolutely no damaging evaluations upon it's balance functions.
A few thoughts on OpenBSD 5.8
I've been using OpenBSD since way back at release 2.3 in 1998, so I've gone through upgrades that took a fair amount of work due to incompatible changes, like the switch from ipf to pf for host firewalling or the change to ELF binaries. The upgrade from 5.7 to 5.8 was a pretty smooth and easy one, for the most part. The two most painful changes for me were the replacement of sudo with doas and the dropping of support in the rc.conf for the pf_rules variable. While sudo is still available as a package, I like the idea of reducing attack surface with a simpler program, so I made the switch. The two things I miss most about sudo are the ability to authenticate for a period of time and the ability to have a single config file across a whole set of servers. The former I'm just living with, the latter I've adjusted to by having a single config file that has lines commented out depending on which server it's on. I did have one moment of concern about the quality of doas when it incorrectly reported the line number on which I had a syntax error in the config file--fortunately, this was just a failure to increment the line count on continuation lines (ending with a "\") which is fixed in the -current release.
10 recently open-sourced products from big tech companies
Releasing internal products to the open-source community is the hip new thing for technology giants to do