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More DRM Code Gets Aligned For Linux 4.8 Via DRM-Next

Complementing the significant amount of Intel DRM driver code already vetted and queued up for the Linux 4.8 cycle via DRM-Next, more code was pulled in last night for the various Direct Rendering Manager drivers in preparation for this next kernel cycle later in the summer.

9 June 2016 - More 4.8 DRM - 4 Comments
Linux 4.7-rc1 Kernel Released

The first test release of Linux 4.7 is now available. This new kernel version comes with plenty of new features and functionality.

29 May 2016 - Linux 4.7-rc1 - 7 Comments
The New Features So Far This Linux 4.7 Merge Window

We are just a few days into the two-week merge window for the Linux 4.7 merge window. But given all of the pull requests already sent in so far, here's a quick recap of what's been submitted for this next major version of the Linux kernel.

19 May 2016 - Preview So Far - Add A Comment
Numerous Scheduler Changes Inbound For Linux 4.7

Ingo Molnar is once again quite punctual with submitting his pull requests for a newly-opened kernel cycle. One of his noteworthy updates mailed in today were for the kernel's scheduler changes.

16 May 2016 - Linux 4.7 Scheduler - 2 Comments
Six Interesting Features Of The Linux 4.6 Kernel

If all goes well before the day is through will be the release of the Linux 4.6 kernel. If you've been behind on your Phoronix readings the past few weeks, here are the highlights to look forward to with Linux 4.6.

15 May 2016 - Linux 4.6 Kernel - Add A Comment

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