Linux Kernel News Archives
BUS1 Didn't Land This Year, But It's Making Progress

What you will not find as part of the list of new Linux 4.10 kernel features is BUS1, the successor to the un-merged KDBUS initiative and a new approach for in-kernel IPC. While it didn't land in 2016 to the mainline kernel, it's making progress.

26 December 2016 - BUS1 - 33 Comments
Hearing The Sound Updates For Linux 4.10

Takashi Iwai submitted all of the sound driver updates on Wednesday for the Linux 4.10 kernel. Intel Skylake audio continues to be refined but there is also a lot of other hardware driver work.

18 December 2016 - Linux 4.10 Sound - 5 Comments
Linux 4.10 Is Landing Intel Turbo Boost Max 3.0 (TBM3)

The scheduler area work is another one of Ingo Molnar's interesting pull requests submitted already for Linux 4.10. Exciting us the most about the scheduler changes for this next kernel version is finally having mainline support for Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0.

12 December 2016 - Linux 4.10 Scheduler Changes - 1 Comment
The Linux 4.9 Kernel Is Around 22.3 Million Lines

Earlier today while waiting for the Linux 4.9 release, I ran some fresh gitstats on the latest Linux kernel Git tree to see the latest numbers on the kernel for those interested in some analytics.

11 December 2016 - Linux 4.9 Git Stats - 5 Comments

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