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    Phoronix: Linux 5.19 Will Be Super Exciting For Intel Customers, Many Other Features Expected

    Unless Linus Torvalds has reservations today about the changes to land in the kernel this past week and decides to issue an extra RC, Linux 5.18 is expected to be christened as stable today and that in turn will mark the start of the Linux 5.19 merge window. Based on the "-next" activity, here is a look at the many changes expected to be merged for Linux 5.19...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...tures-Expected

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    Did anyone got "AMD BRS" running? I tried it on my 5900x but it seems to be not supported. Does anyone have a list of the supported zen3 processors for this tool?

    Regards.

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      I don't remember the last time I encountered a kernel update where not a single thing affects me or is likely to affect me in the next year. Not necessarily a bad thing - there are a lot of good changes here.

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        The last few kernels where very exciting ... 5.17 and 5.18 and now 5.19 just feel underwhelming for w.e reason

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          Originally posted by cytomax55 View Post
          The last few kernels where very exciting ... 5.17 and 5.18 and now 5.19 just feel underwhelming for w.e reason
          5.19 is the first kernel with proper Alder Lake support. That's pretty exciting, even if it's really a stain on Intel's reputation.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by bug77 View Post

            5.19 is the first kernel with proper Alder Lake support. That's pretty exciting, even if it's really a stain on Intel's reputation.
            how is it exciting? people who are likely to buy alder lake CPUs probably aren't going to care or even know about this "proper" support.

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