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How to Enable Wayland for Hybrid NVIDIA Graphics on Fedora Linux 38 Workstation

I was a happy Wayland user for a long time now, even if I have a hybrid NVIDIA graphics system. I usually like to use the internal AMD graphics when I don’t play games for better battery life, so Wayland is my default session. I like to use Wayland because there are a few advantages over X11, such as pinch-to-zoom in Firefox.

GNOME Shell 44.2 Improves Built-In Screen Recorder, Bluetooth Menu, and More

GNOME Shell 44.2 is here to further improve the built-in screen recorder functionality, as well as the Bluetooth menu in Quick Settings, which received support for user-defined names. Moreover, it addresses some glitches in the calendar widget when using large text, fixes an issue with the authentication dialog getting stuck in remote sessions, and patches other minor bugs and a crash.

TUXEDO Gemini Linux Laptops Get Raptor Lake CPUs, NVIDIA RTX 4070 GPUs

Featuring three variants with 15.6-inch, 16-inch, and 17.3-inch 16:10 LED-Backlight displays with up to an impressive 240 Hz Hz refresh rate and up to 2560×1440 pixels resolution, the 2nd Gen TUXEDO Gemini Linux laptops support Advanced Optimus for automatically driving the display through the NVIDIA GPU for best performance.

Linux Mint 21.2 with Cinnamon 5.8 Is Getting Support for Gestures

Linux Mint 21.2 is the second update in the Linux Mint 21 series, which is based on the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) operating system series, and it was initially slated for release on June 2023.

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Axiomtek unveils dev kit for NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX SoM

Last month, Axiomtek launched a palm-sized AI developer kit compatible with the NVIDIA platform to deliver up to 21 TOPs of AI computing performance and reduce product development time.

PiBeam is an IR transceiver based on the Raspberry Pi RP2040 MCU

Kickstarter recently featured a compact USB infrared transceiver based on the Raspberry Pi RP2040 microcontroller. The PiBeam can be used to remotely control electronics such as laptops, TVs, etc. or it can be used as a Python-based learning platform.

Milk-V Duo is a $9.00 RISC-V tiny embedded computer

The Milk-V Duo is a small RISC-V embedded platform capable of running Linux and RTOS. The low-cost device features up to 26x GPIOs, optional 10/100Mbps Ethernet support and integrated with a H.264/H.265 video compression encoder and ISP.

Variscite teases i.MX 91 based System-on-Module with GbE support

This week, Variscite revealed at Computer that they will soon release a low-cost System-on-Module based on the latest NXP i.MX 91 processor optimized for Linux-based applications.

Software: Stable Diffusion, Web Analytic, Companies, and Godot 4.0.1

posted by Roy Schestowitz on Mar 21, 2023

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