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The Talos Principle* from Croteam* shown here running on a Linux* distribution
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Blogs & News

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Author: 
ickle

Last week saw a new release of glamor, a library for use by the 2D display drivers translating Render drawing commands into OpenGL (and then feeding them into a 3D driver).

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Author: 
ickle

Having looked at the impact of the move from XAA to UMS/EXA and then to KMS/UXA on performance of the core drawing operations, we can turn to look at the impact upon RENDER acceleration.

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Author: 
ickle

A few years ago, memory management for the graphics card was performed as single static allocation in the X server which was then carved up into surfaces and used for the scanout and important pixmaps such as renderbuffers for its DRI clients.

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jbarnes

I’ve been out on sabbatical for just over a week now, and only just found out my team lost one of its number recently, Eugeni Dodonov.

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