Linux 4.16-ck1 Kernel Released, Bundles In The MuQSS 0.171 Scheduler
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 1 May 2018 at 05:52 AM EDT. 1 Comment
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Independent Linux kernel hacker Con Kolivas today released the Linux 4.16-ck1 stable kernel as his collection of kernel patches applied atop the vanilla Linux 4.16 upstream code-base. Most notable to that patch-set is the updated MuQSS 0.171 scheduler, which is also available for download on its own for patching against your own kernel build.

MuQSS as the successor to the Brain F*** Scheduler is designed to improve system responsiveness and interactivity especially for Linux desktop systems. With the MuQSS 0.171 release, the code has been re-based for compatibility with Linux 4.16 but not with any other fundamental changes to its design.

Details on the updated CK/MuQSS code via Con Kolivas' blog.
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