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    Phoronix: Linux 3.3-rc5 Kernel Is Pretty Boring

    Linus Torvalds released the Linux 3.3-rc5 kernel this weekend. Overall, "it's been pretty boring, which is just how I like it."..

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTA2Mjc

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    Phoronix Is Pretty Boring

    Phoronix Is Pretty Boring

    Posted by All Quixotic on February 27, 2012

    Michael Larabel released the "Linux 3.3-rc5 Kernel Is Pretty Boring" article this weekend. Overall, Michael said, according to Linus Torvalds, "it's been pretty boring, which is just how I like it."

    Michael would have liked this sixth article of the weekend to be even more boring than it was, but overall he thinks these weekend articles turned out well. There's updates about recent XFS file-system changes, the state of NVIDIA's VDPAU, another Wine 1.4 RC, a declaration by an AMD engineer that Catalyst will support KWin, and "various noise elsewhere."

    The release announcement for this article can be read on PHORONIX.com.

    Some of the recent article postings are mentioned in this article posting.
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    (Nota Buena: This article is tongue-in-cheek. Luv u, Michael )

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    • #3
      Originally posted by allquixotic View Post
      Phoronix Is Pretty Boring

      Posted by All Quixotic on February 27, 2012

      Michael Larabel released the "Linux 3.3-rc5 Kernel Is Pretty Boring" article this weekend. Overall, Michael said, according to Linus Torvalds, "it's been pretty boring, which is just how I like it."

      Michael would have liked this sixth article of the weekend to be even more boring than it was, but overall he thinks these weekend articles turned out well. There's updates about recent XFS file-system changes, the state of NVIDIA's VDPAU, another Wine 1.4 RC, a declaration by an AMD engineer that Catalyst will support KWin, and "various noise elsewhere."

      The release announcement for this article can be read on PHORONIX.com.

      Some of the recent article postings are mentioned in this article posting.
      Discuss this article in our forums, IRC channel, or email the author. You can also follow our content via RSS and on social networks like Facebook, Identi.ca, and Twitter (@IDontHaveACompany and @NorAPersonalTwitterAccountl). Subscribe to Allquixotic Premium to view our content without advertisements, view entire articles on a single page, and experience other benefits, such as the warm fuzzy feeling of throwing money at a guy who does not blow it all on German beer.

      (Nota Buena: This article is tongue-in-cheek. Luv u, Michael )
      Is someone a bit bored today?

      Hurray for quiet/boring RC's after RC1. I'd be worried if RC5 had major disruptive changes in it.

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      • #4
        Well 32 bit did not build with rc5.

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