Linux 3.10-rc2 Kernel Takes In A Few Extra Pulls
The second release candidate for the Linux 3.10 kernel is now out there. Torvalds released 3.10-rc2 on Monday with a few extra pulls that he wouldn't have accepted later on in the release cycle.
Linus Torvalds explains that the Linux 3.10-rc2 kernel is not unreasonably sized, but did get some arch updates and various driver and file-system updates. For the most part, the changes are small.
The Linux 3.10-rc2 release announcement can be read on the Linux kernel mailing list. For those unfamiliar with the Linux 3.10 features, see its biggest changes in years.
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