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Linux Kernel News Archives

The Staging Area Has Lots Of Changes In Linux 3.16

Greg Kroah-Hartman has sent out his various pull requests for the Linux 3.16 kernel. Of the subsystems maintained by Greg KH, the staging area again represents a bulk of the user-interesting changes.
3 June 2014 - Linux Staging - 5 Comments

Tegra K1, Samsung Multi-Platform, Other ARM'ing For Linux 3.16

The latest excitement out of the merge window for the Linux 3.16 kernel is a plethora of ARM hardware improvements.
3 June 2014 - Linux 3.16 - 2 Comments

Blk-mq Is Almost Feature Complete & Fast With Linux 3.16

Merged for the Linux 3.13 kernel was the multi-queue block layer allows for better SSD performance with reduced latency and by balancing I/O workload across multiple CPU cores and supporting multiple hardware queues. With the upcoming Linux 3.16 kernel, the "blk-mq" code is expected to be feature complete and deliver great performance.
2 June 2014 - Block Multi-Queue - 15 Comments

Years Later, Mainline Linux Supports Nokia's N900 Modem

The Nokia N900 smartphone launched in 2009 and for a time was quite popular with Linux enthusiasts, now has a modem driver within the mainline Linux kernel.
2 June 2014 - N900 Modem Driver - 16 Comments

Linux 3.15-rc8 Kernel Released, Linux 3.16 Merge Window Opens Early

The eighth release candidate for the Linux 3.15 kernel has been released. The official release of Linux 3.15 should happen next week, but meanwhile Linus has decided to open the merge window for Linux 3.16 one week early.
1 June 2014 - Linux 3.15 - 6 Comments

Intel & Radeon DRM Drivers Get Last Minute 3.15 Fixes

Fallout from the many changes introduced early on in the Linux 3.15 kernel cycle are almost all addressed and this next kernel release should happen in the very near future. As some last minute work are some notable fixes for the Intel and Radeon DRM graphics drivers.
30 May 2014 - Linux 3.15 - 13 Comments

ARM CoreSight Work Resurrected For The Linux Kernel

Work on supporting ARM's CoreSight technology within the mainline Linux kernel is back underway.
30 May 2014 - CoreSight

Linux 3.15 Kernel I/O Scheduler Benchmarks

After writing yesterday about the BFQ I/O scheduler update with its hopeful intentions of landing within the mainline Linux kernel, some readers wrote in about updated I/O scheduler results... Here they are.
28 May 2014 - I/O Scheduler - 3 Comments

BFQ Scheduler Still Trying For The Mainline Linux Kernel

With the latest patches sent out today, the BFQ I/O scheduler is still trying to get accepted for the mainline Linux kernel.
27 May 2014 - BFQ - 8 Comments

Linux 3.15-rc7 Kernel Released Back On Schedule

Just a few days past the abnormally long Linux 3.15-rc6 kernel, the Linux 3.15-rc7 release just took place to put the Linux 3.15 kernel back on schedule.
25 May 2014 - Linux 3.15 - 1 Comment

KDBUS Is Still Outstanding, Not Part Of The Mainline Kernel

While the KDBUS kernel D-Bus code was quick to advance and garner interest by upstream kernel developers and other stakeholders, with plans of merging KDBUS into the Linux kernel in 2014, it hasn't happened yet.
22 May 2014 - KDBUS - 22 Comments

The Abnormally Long Linux 3.15-rc6 Kernel Released

The sixth test release to the Linux 3.15 kernel is now available after more time than usual lapsed since the 3.15-rc5 release.
21 May 2014 - Linux 3.15 - 6 Comments

Tux3 Gets Harshly Criticized Over Code Quality

On Friday the Tux3 file-system was called for review and offered to the mainline Linux kernel. Tux3 has been under development for more than six years but it seems that even after all this time and improvements, the code quality still isn't the best and the work is being scrutinized.
19 May 2014 - Tux3 File-System - 19 Comments

AST DRM Display Driver Updated For Linux 3.16

The AST DRM driver has seen a few improvements with code that's landed today in drm-next for ultimately making it into the Linux 3.16 kernel.
18 May 2014 - ASpeed

Tux3 Under Review, Offered For Mainline Linux Kernel

We might finally see the Tux3 file-system land within the mainline Linux kernel and it could quite possibly land soon! Tux3 is yet another interesting open-source file-system designed for specialized cases.
17 May 2014 - Tux3 - 2 Comments

SquashFS Tools 4.3 Brings An LZ4 Compressor, Big Changes

There's finally a user-space tools update for SquashFS, the compressed, read-only file-system used on Linux commonly by Live CD distributions. SquashFS Tools 4.3 is the new release and it comes after three years of development.
14 May 2014 - SquashFS

Trinity 1.4 Linux Fuzz Tester Released

Dave Jones of Red Hat has announced the latest version of his Linux system call fuzz tester after several months of development.
12 May 2014 - Trinity

Linux 3.15-rc5 Was Released Early Because It's Big

Due to a complicated travel schedule and because -rc5 is already bigger than 3.15-rc3 and 3.15-rc4, the fifth weekly RC version of the Linux 3.15 kernel was released two days early.
9 May 2014 - Linux 3.15 - 5 Comments

BFS Scheduler Updated For Linux 3.14

Besides Reiser4 being updated for the Linux 3.14 kernel and being released today, the latest version of BFS was also just released for Linux 3.14 compatibility.
6 May 2014 - BFS - 2 Comments

Reiser4 Updated With Transaction Models, Linux 3.14

The out-of-tree Reiser4 file-system has been updated.
6 May 2014 - Reiser4

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