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Linux 6.0 arrives with support for newer chips, core fixes, and oddities

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Linux 6.0 arrives with support for newer chips, core fixes, and oddities

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Intel and AMD gear, yes, but support for RISC-V, LoongArch, and Gaudi2 show up.

Linux blog Phoronix notes that Intel's ARC GPUs all seem to run on open source upstream drivers, so support should show up for future Intel cards and chipsets as they arrive on the market.

Intel's new Arc GPUs are supported in their discrete laptop form in 6.0 (though still experimental).


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Author / Journalist: Kevin Purdy

Category: Technology

Topics: Linux 6.0 AMD RISC-V Linus Torvalds Gaudi2 Tech Loongarch Intel Rust Linux Uncategorized

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Published Date: 2022-10-03, 17:41:06

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