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On top of some separate patches to make the mainline 64-bit ARM Linux kernel closer to building under Clang, a separate pull request was sent in for the Linux 3.18 kernel that works to make other areas of the kernel's massive code-base more compatible with the LLVM/Clang compiler.
14 October 2014 - LLVMLinux - 6 Comments
The much anticipated DRM feature pull was merged over the night for the Linux 3.18 kernel that's now in its early stages of development.
14 October 2014 - Linux 3.18 DRM - 5 Comments
Ingo Molnar sent in his many pull requests on Monday for the Linux 3.18 kernel merge window.
13 October 2014 - Suspend/Resume
Dave Chinner sent in the XFS feature pull request for the Linux 3.18 kernel.
13 October 2014 - XFS
While Reiser4 doesn't still have any mainline Linux kernel ambitions until receiving any corporate backing, the notoriously known Linux file-system has been updated for Linux 3.16 compatibility and SSD discard support.
13 October 2014 - Reiser4 - 5 Comments
On top of many other changes with Linux 3.18 is also a common mailbox driver/framework for the kernel.
12 October 2014 - Mailbox Driver - 3 Comments
Going back two years with the Linux 3.7 kernel was the initial 64-bit ARM support and now eleven kernel releases later the initial enablement is still being battened up. With Linux 3.18 there's finally PCI support for ARM64.
12 October 2014 - ARM64
While we're just one week in for what's expected to be a longer than usual merge window, here's a look at the top work so far for the Linux 3.18 kernel.
11 October 2014 - Linux 3.18 - 6 Comments
Chris Mason at Facebook sent in his Btrfs pull request on Friday for the Linux 3.18 kernel.
11 October 2014 - Btrfs
The media pull request was submitted yesterday for the Linux 3.18 kernel.
10 October 2014 - Linux 3.18
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 - 4 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
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