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The Flash-Friendly File-System (F2FS) has been running well in our latest SSD benchmarks but with the forthcoming Linux 3.18 kernel it's going to be in even better shape.
8 October 2014 - F2FS - 19 Comments
Besides Greg KH sending in the USB changes for Linux 3.18 he also sent in the driver core changes for the 3.18 merge window. With the driver core patches this time around is a notable change for benefiting developers to ultimately better debug wireless and GPU driver issues.
8 October 2014 - Core Dump
Many USB subsystem changes are present for this newly-started Linux kernel merge window.
8 October 2014 - USB Linux - 9 Comments
The 64-bit ARM (AArch64) is closer to building under the LLVM/Clang kernel as an alternative to GCC with the upcoming Linux 3.18 release.
8 October 2014 - ARM64
Another one of the early pull requests for the just-opened Linux 3.18 merge window is the HID pull request that features improvements to benefit future Wacom tablets as well as Sony's game controllers.
7 October 2014 - HID - 1 Comment
Rafael Wysocki sent out his first aligned set of changes of ACPI core and power management changes he's planning on volleying over to Linus Torvalds for the Linux 3.18 kernel merge window.
7 October 2014 - ACPI/PM - 1 Comment
After a calm week when Linux 3.17 was extended by one week, Linus Torvalds happily released the Linux 3.17 kernel a few minutes ago. Linux 3.17 is out in all of its glory and due to Torvalds' travel schedule the Linux 3.18 merge window will be open for about three weeks.
5 October 2014 - Linux 3.17 - 27 Comments
Meet BOSSMOOL, an effort to redesign the Linux kernel by adding object oriented abstractions, introducing a device driver framework with C++ driver support, and other changes.
3 October 2014 - BOSSMOOL - 85 Comments
After years of development, more than two dozen versions of the file-system, and real-world deployments in some Linux distributions, OverlayFS is trying again to get in the mainline Linux kernel.
29 September 2014 - OverlayFS - 3 Comments
While Linus Torvalds was looking at possibly releasing Linux 3.17 this weekend, there's been a chance of course with a 3.17-rc7 kernel instead having been released.
28 September 2014 - Linux 3.17
If all goes well, the Linux 3.17 kernel might be released this weekend. For those not closely following the kernel's development over the past two months, here's a recap of some of the most interesting changes found in this new version of the Linux kernel.
27 September 2014 - Linux 3.17 - 2 Comments
While there hasn't been much to report on lately as it pertains to the open-source Exynos DRM driver, it continues to be updated and maintained by Samsung's staff.
23 September 2014 - Samsung Exynos
Continuing in his Sunday tradition, Linus Torvalds put out the sixth release candidate to the Linux 3.17 kernel. Depending upon how the next week goes, this could be the final release candidate for Linux 3.17.
21 September 2014 - Linux 3.17 - 3 Comments
The f2fs-tools package that provides user-space utilities to the Linux F2FS file-system is out with a new version that provides FSCK capabilities among other changes.
20 September 2014 - f2fs-tools - 17 Comments
While the Linux 3.17 kernel isn't being released for a few weeks, we already have a good idea for the DRM graphics driver improvements coming for the Linux 3.18 cycle.
17 September 2014 - drm-next - 4 Comments
Linus Torvalds put out another Sunday release candidate for Linux 3.17.
14 September 2014 - 3.17-rc5 - 5 Comments
ZFS on Linux is now considered production-ready by one of the biggest contributors to the ZFSOnLinux project.
11 September 2014 - ZFSOnLinux - 25 Comments
Linus Torvalds continued in his Sunday tradition of releasing a new Linux kernel development update.
7 September 2014 - Linus 3.17-rc4 - 5 Comments
Linus Torvalds is back to his rhythm of releasing new kernel release candidates on Sundays.
31 August 2014 - Linux 3.17
Nearly one year ago we wrote about the announcement of Jailhouse as a new Linux hypervisor and after being in development all of this time they have announced their first release that comes with the necessary features to properly support Intel x86 CPUs.
29 August 2014 - Jailhouse Hypervisor - 2 Comments
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