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    Phoronix: Linux 5.3-rc8 Released To Let The Kernel Bake An Extra Week

    As expected, Linus Torvalds today released the Linux 5.3-rc8 kernel rather than opting for the stable Linux 5.3...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...3-rc8-Released

  • muncrief
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    I've been running it since yesterday on my old FX-6300/R9-390 system and it works like a charm. I'm finally getting my R7 3700X today though, so we'll see how it goes on the newer stuff soon (still not giving up my R9-390 though) ...

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  • shmerl
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    Originally posted by Lycanthropist View Post
    And there is still no Navi firmware in the linux-firmware repository. Once Linux 5.3 gets released and is picked up by distributions, a corresponding linux-firmware release with Navi firmware needs to be in place.
    Why is it still missing? cc bridgman ?

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  • Lycanthropist
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    And there is still no Navi firmware in the linux-firmware repository. Once Linux 5.3 gets released and is picked up by distributions, a corresponding linux-firmware release with Navi firmware needs to be in place.

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  • daniel.stuart14
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    I really hope ASoC patches get merged before 5.3 is released, as upstream is 4 weeks behind the for_linus ASoC branch.
    Currently, upstream has broken audio on many baytrail/braswell Chromebooks, ASoC branch has it fixed.

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