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Volkswagen Adds To Automotive Grade Linux’s Growing Clout

Over the last weeks, rumors about a drastic expansion of the Automotive Grade Linux ecosystem have been rampant, and today, the Linux Foundation finally confirmed that Germany’s Volkswagen Group has jumped on the rapidly accelerating AGL bandwagon. “Yes, they signed, and we’ll send out an announcement shortly,” AGL spokesperson Emily …

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SUSE delivers first Linux image for SAP Hana large instances on Azure

Germany-based open source company SUSE has announced the release of the first enterprise Linux image for SAP Hana large instances on Microsoft Azure. The company made the announcement on Wednesday at its annual conference, SUSECON, which taking place in Nashville, Tennessee, this week. It said the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server …

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Firms partner to integrate NASA cFS on space-ready cPCI SBC

Aitech and EFSI have teamed up to integrate NASA’s cFs (core Flight System) using the SP0-S, Aitech’s latest space-ready CompactPCI SBC and EFSI’s Linux distribution.Aitech and Embedded Flight Systems (EFSI) have announced a partnership to integrate NASA’s cFS (core Flight System) into Aitech’s modular SP0-S space CompactPCI (cPCI) SBC. The …

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AMDVLK vs. RADV Radeon Vulkan Driver Performance For Linux Gaming On Ubuntu 19.04

With the continuously evolving RADV Mesa Radeon Vulkan driver and near-weekly updates to the AMD’s official “AMDVLK” open-source tree Vulkan driver, how are these competing AMD Vulkan Linux drivers comparing these days? As it’s been a while since our last benchmarking comparison of the official AMDVLK driver against the open-source …

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