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Linux Kernel News Archives

GCC Developers Look At Dropping i386 Support

Now that the Linux kernel has dropped support for old Intel 386 CPUs, GCC developers are also considering the removal of i386 support from their compiler.
13 December 2012 - No More i386 - 9 Comments

Intel Still Hacking On Atomic Mode-Setting / Flipping

While it might be too late to make the Linux 3.8 kernel merge window, released on Wednesday were the latest patches for the ongoing work by Intel open-source developers and others to enact atomic mode-setting and page-flipping.
13 December 2012 - Intel Atomic

Zswap: Compressed Swap Caching For Linux

Published to the Linux kernel mailing list were a set of patches to provide a new feature called Zswap for lightweight compressed swap caching.
12 December 2012 - Zswap - 16 Comments

Linux Kernel Drops Support For Old Intel 386 CPUs

Yet another change for the upcoming Linux 3.8 kernel is the removal of support for the old Intel i386 processors.
12 December 2012 - Linux Kernel - 30 Comments

The Staging Pull Goes In For The Linux 3.8 Kernel

The latest pull request worthy of being mentioned for the Linux 3.8 kernel is the updates to the kernel's staging area.
12 December 2012 - Linux 3.8

64-bit ARM/AArch64 Continues To Bake In Linux 3.8

ARM Holdings has more improvements for their ARMv8 AArch64 architecture with the Linux 3.8 kernel that just officially entered the first stages of development.
12 December 2012 - Linux 3.8 Kernel

XFS File-System Gets Fixed Up In Linux 3.8 Kernel

The Linux 3.8 kernel will bring a number of bug-fixes for the XFS file-system.
11 December 2012 - XFS File-System - 1 Comment

ACPI Power Management Gets Improved In Linux 3.8

The ACPI and power management updates targeting the Linux 3.8 kernel were already submitted to Linus Torvalds this morning. There's a whole lot of new work to look forward to when it comes to power management in this next kernel.
11 December 2012 - ACPI Pull Request - 8 Comments

Linux Works Towards True CPU Hotplug Support

One of the first pull requests sent in following the the Linux 3.7 kernel release is for getting closer to "true CPU hotplug support" with the Linux 3.8 kernel.
11 December 2012 - Linux 3.8 Kernels - 15 Comments

Linux 3.7 Kernel Officially Released

Linus Torvalds announced the release of the Linux 3.7 kernel on Monday night.
11 December 2012 - Linux 3.7 - 1 Comment

An Overview Of The Linux 3.7 Kernel

With the release of the Linux 3.7 kernel being imminent (it might even be out today), here's an overview of the features and highlights of this 2012 holiday release of the Linux kernel.
9 December 2012 - Linux 3.7 - 1 Comment

A NUMA Linux Kernel Performance Comparison

For those interested in Non-Unified Memory Access performance under Linux, here's an independent performance comparison that puts the mainline kernel against three other NUMA kernels.
8 December 2012 - NUMA'ed Kernel - 1 Comment

Imagination Publishes 28k Lines Of Linux Kernel Code

Imagination Technologies has published a set of 44 patches that add in over 28,000 lines of new code to the Linux kernel.
5 December 2012 - Imagination Technologies - 3 Comments

Linux Kernel To Get AIO Performance Improvements

The Linux Kernel A-synchronous I/O support has been receiving some performance improvements and clean-ups that should soon be merged to mainline.
4 December 2012 - Linux Kernel AIO - 16 Comments

Linux 3.7 Kernel Delayed By One More Week

Linus Torvalds decided to release Linux 3.7-rc8 on Monday rather than christening the Linux 3.7 kernel release. The final release will now come next week and the Linux 3.8 merge window will close right before Christmas.
3 December 2012 - Linux 3.7 - 1 Comment

An In-Kernel Virtio Block Device Accelerator For Linux

For the past several months there has been work on vhost-blk, an in-kernel virito-blk device accelerator. This kernel-based accelerator can provide measurable speed-ups for disk/block device access by virtualized guest machines.
2 December 2012 - vhost-blk - 2 Comments

LF: There's Less Concern About ARM UEFI SecureBoot

James Bottomley wrote a new blog post this morning about why the Linux Foundation really isn't concerned about UEFI SecureBoot on ARM hardware (smart-phones, tablets, etc) compared to the work they are doing on x86 PCs with UEFI SecureBoot support for Linux.
27 November 2012 - ARM UEFI SecureBoot - 8 Comments

Linux 3.7-rc7 Kernel Is "Slightly Scarier"

Linus Torvalds released the Linux 3.7-rc7 kernel on Sunday night and considers this new release candidate to be "slightly scarier" than the previous 3.7-rc6 release.
26 November 2012 - Linux 3.7 Kernel - 5 Comments

Open-Source GPU Drivers Improved For Linux 3.8

Various improvements to the major open-source Linux graphics drivers will be landing with the Linux 3.8 kernel in the months ahead.
21 November 2012 - Improvements - 2 Comments

Linux Foundation Struggles With Microsoft UEFI Signing

James Bottomley has written about the problems being faced by the Linux Foundation in having a Microsoft-approved validly-signed UEFI pre-bootloader.
20 November 2012 - Linux Foundation - 48 Comments

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