In a surprise reversal, the graphics chip designer has released experimental software to help open-source programmers use its new Tegra K1 mobile processor.
In the wake of anti-Nvidia histrionics by the father of Linux last week, the graphics chip supplier offered a rebuttal.
Linus Torvalds gets graphic about his feelings toward Nvidia. Uses a few choice words to vent his anger about Nvidia's lack of Linux support.
Linux creator recognized for his creation and ongoing work on the open-source operating system.
Linux kernel's founder made the startling comment at LinuxCon Monday. But is this a sign of failure or success?
The Linux leader acknowledges that "taking code from other (open-source) projects is hard...If you take Solaris code, you have to fix it for all the differences." More work than it's worth?
If you want to be part of a community, join it. Contribute to it. Or hire it.
Bigger is not better for developers who are new to the Linux kernel, the project lead says, offering this advice: Avoid frustration by starting small.
This article incorrectly characterized Linus Torvalds' last response to the OpenBSD community.
Linus Torvalds has said many interesting things, but here are my top two.