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Linux kernel 5.19.12 can damage Intel laptop LCDs


Recent reports from Intel laptop users running Linux Kernel 5.19.12 A Linux engineer found that the issue could ruin the LCD, urging users to immediately roll back to an earlier iteration. describe "white flashing" on their screens. The critical flaw prompted developers to issue a quick update.

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Intel updates Linux with support for Sapphire Rapids' in-package HBM2e memory


Last week, Intel submitted a Linux kernel change that rounds off the updates they need to run Sapphire Rapids processors with their in-package memory enabled. In theory, then, Intel is preparing to tape out samples for performance testing.

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Linux vs Unix Hot Patching – Have We Reached The Tipping Point?

Forrester IT

The Background - Linux as a Fast Follower and the Need for Hot Patching. As Linux grew, so did supporting hardware, particularly the capabilities of the ubiquitous x86 CPU upon which the vast majority of Linux runs today. i] Read more Categories: AIX. Open POWER. data center. enterprise infrastructure.

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Intel could be bringing its 56-core CPUs to workstations


Intel has been steadily updating the relevant enterprise software in preparation for Sapphire Rapids for over a year. Last week, a trawler found a reference to an unknown processor in the boot log of a Linux kernel, Some of that software is open source and the source of small leaks.

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China says “no thanks” to Intel and AMD on government devices


processors from its government computers and servers, effectively banning Intel and AMD chips. processors from government-operated computers and servers, thereby excluding chips manufactured by Intel and AMD, according to a report by the Financial Times. China has enacted new rules mandating the removal of U.S. and China.

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Razer’s first Linux laptop is here, but it’s not for gamers

The Verge

It’s got an 11th-gen Intel Core i7 CPU, Nvidia RTX 3080 Max-Q graphics and 64GB of RAM underneath a 15.6-inch Razer has teased better Linux support over the years, but popular Linux computing news site Phoronix wrote in 2019 that those plans had seemingly been mothballed. pound chassis.

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System76's Oryx Pro is a portable Linux powerhouse


System76 has refreshed its high-end Oryx Pro laptop for developers and Linux enthusiasts, and it now packs Intel's 10th generation Comet Lake CPUs. Specifically, you can get this with a Core i7-10875H that offers eight cores and 16 threads - essentially a more refined, 14nm version of the Skylake architecture.

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