Linux 3.10-rc4 Kernel Is Smaller
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 2 June 2013 at 05:33 PM EDT. 2 Comments
LINUX KERNEL --
The fourth release candidate to the Linux 3.10 kernel is now available.

Last week Linus Torvalds was upset with 3.10-rc3 being so large, but now he's happier that this new kernel is smaller in size than its predecessor. The work found in Linux 3.10-rc4 is the usual assortment of bug fixes across the driver and architecture subsystems in particular.

The Linux 3.10-rc4 announcement can be read on the Linux kernel mailing list. The Linux 3.10 kernel changes/features are documented in this article.
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