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Getting Linux running properly on Apple M1 Silicon has begun with Asahi Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Asahi Linux is the name of a new project aiming to get Linux properly supported and working on Apple Silicon, the new ARM based chips designed by Apple like the Apple M1 found in their latest hardware.

Linux on the Nintendo 64? Yes that's possible and there's a new up to date port

By Liam Dawe,
2020 was a really weird year with lots of surprises. Some good, plenty bad and Linux seeing a fresh port to the Nintendo 64 was also a thing that happened.

Sony to officially support the PS5 DualSense on Linux with a new driver

By Liam Dawe,
Roderick Colenbrander of Sony Interactive Entertainment has sent in a brand new and official Linux driver for the PS5 DualSense for even better out of the box support.

Linux Kernel 5.10 is officially out now as a Long Term Support release

By Liam Dawe,
A brand new Long Term Support release is out now with the Linux Kernel 5.10, the very beating heart of the whole Linux system which brings plenty of new features and hardware support.

Linux Kernel patch sent in for comments to help gaming

By Liam Dawe,
Collabora have sent in a fresh patch for discussion to the Linux Kernel list to help Linux gaming, acting as a follow-up to their previous attempt.

Linux 4.5 officially released, with powerplay support under amdgpu

By madmachinations,
The highly anticipated update to the Linux Kernel has officially arrived, and the hard working kernel developers have been busy.
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