January 12th, 2023 | 12 mins 21 secs
alexander motin, amd, arc, buffers, canonical, daniel van vugt, drm, dynamic triple buffering, file systems, gaming on linux, gnome 44, gpu re-clocking, gpu system processor, gpus, greg kroah-hartman, gsp, gtk4, intel arc, ixsystems, karol herbst, kde, kde wiki, linear, linux 4.9, linux 6.1, linux action news, linux news podcast, lts kernel, memory copies, multi-monitor support, mutter, nate graham, nouveau, nvidia, nvidia vulkan driver, nvk, open-source graphics, openzfs, oss, performance, phoronix, plasma 5.27, raspberry pi, rtx 2000, rust, the talos principle, uncachable buffers, uncompressed data, usb-c, vulkan, vulkan 1.0, x11, zfs
OpenZFS has performance gains inbound, the end of a Linux era, and the achievement unlocked by the open-source NVIDIA driver.
June 27th, 2021 | 22 mins 25 secs
3d, animation, arm, blender, blender lts, canonical, centos, cgi, debian, freebsd, freenas, green obsidian, gregory kurtzer, ixsystems, kubernetes, linux action news, linux news podcast, my book live, red hat, rhel, rocky linux, rocky linux 8.4, secure boot, secured core, sifive risc-v, tpm, truenas scale, trusted computing, ubuntu, western digital, windows 11, zfs
The news this week that pushes Linux ahead in the enterprise, the challenges Windows 11 might bring, and we go hands-on with the new Debian-based TrueNAS SCALE.