Linus Torvalds has tagged and released the Linux 4.3-rc2 kernel.
Out of the dozen plus systems at Phoronix devoted to running the latest Linux kernel Git code on a daily basis with the latest Fedora/Ubuntu packages, only 3~4 of them have hit regressions so far on the new, in-development Linux 4.3 kernel.
More atomic mode-setting work is being queued up for eventual integration into what will become Linux 4.4 a few months down the road.
ZFS On Linux 0.6.5 was released this week with support for the new Linux 4.2 kernel and a variety of new features.
Linus Torvalds decided to release the first release candidate for the Linux 4.3 kernel today.
It was just a week ago that the big DRM pull request was mailed in for the Linux 4.3 kernel and now some fixes for the DRM drivers have already been sent in.
One of the late pull requests in for the Linux 4.3 merge window is the thermal driver updates.
While a lot of features/changes have merged so far for the Linux 4.3 kernel, one feature you won't find at least not yet is KDBUS.
Overall it seems the file-system driver updates for the Linux 4.3 kernel aren't too exciting with the work mostly consisting of bug fixes -- XFS isn't any different.
We're about half-way through the Linux 4.3 kernel merge window so here's a look at the features that have got me excited over the past week as new features and improved/changed functionality for this next major update to the Linux kernel.
David Airlie has sent in the main pull request of the Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) driver updates for the Linux 4.3 kernel merge window.
While the F2FS and EXT4 updates for Linux 4.3 weren't too meaty, there's a bit more going on in the Btrfs camp.
The EXT4 file-system updates have been sent in for the Linux 4.3 kernel.
For those interested in F2FS as a Linux file-system to use on solid-state drives and other flash storage devices, here's the latest updates for it with Linux 4.3.
Jiri Kosina sent in his pull requests for code he maintains within the mainline Linux kernel, with one of the notable subsystems being the HID updates.
While yesterday it looked like the EXT3 driver would be removed in Linux 4.3 as the pull request was sent in and there were no objections brought up last month when it was proposed, Linus Torvalds has taken issue with removing the driver.
Aside from Ingo Molnar's x86 boot changes he sent in to Linus Torvalds for the Linux 4.3 merge window, he also sent in the scheduler changes for this next version of the Linux kernel.
The ARM SoC changes are just the latest pull request of what's already shaping up to be another exciting kernel cycle.
Ingo Molnar sent in his several Git pull requests today for the code he maintains within the Linux kernel.
The IBM s390 architecture will gain fake NUMA support with the upcoming Linux 4.3 for providing faster performance under some workloads.
With Linux 4.2 being released yesterday, Linus Torvalds will start honoring pull requests today for the Linux 4.3 merge window. Here's a look at some of the work expected to be merged over the next two weeks.
The hwmon subsystem update was another early pull request for the Linux 4.3 kernel.
Just hours after the release of Linux 4.2 was the update from the Free Software Foundation community for the GNU Linux-Libre 4.2 kernel. This deblobbed version of the Linux kernel has particularly criticized the new AMDGPU DRM driver and the Intel i915 driver this cycle.
The Linux 4.2 kernel has been released.
For those needing a reason to celebrate today, the exciting Linux 4.2 kernel should be released before the day is through!
As part of a recent wave of requests for new benchmarks you'd like to see on Phoronix, a reader had reminded me of the Liquorix kernel.
With having more time until the Linux 4.3 merge window, Alex Deucher of AMD sent in more changes for the Radeon and AMDGPU DRM kernel drivers, albeit it's mostly fixes.
Linux turns twenty-four years old today!
Well, Linus Torvalds decided against releasing the Linux 4.2 kernel today.
If all goes well, the Linux 4.2 kernel will be officially released before the day is through. If you haven't been keeping up with the flow of Phoronix articles over recent weeks, here's a look at some of the highlights for Linux 4.2.
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