While we are just a few days into the Linux 3.8 kernel merge window and there's still a number of pull requests that have yet to appear for this next kernel development cycle with new features, there's already a ton of exciting work. If you missed the horde of Phoronix articles in the past few days covering the prominent features, here's a recap showing why this Linux kernel being developed over the holidays is a great gift for its users.
Among the features for the Linux 3.8 kernel that have been merged thus far include:
- Work towards true CPU hot-plug support.
- Improved ACPI power management in the never-ending battle of improving the Linux power efficiency and performance-per-Watt...Read more at Phoronix