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Kernel Developers Discuss Improving Kernel Configurations

Jean Delvare, a name commonly associated with the LM_Sensors project while being an employee at SUSE, has raised an important discussion item on the kernel mailing list about improving the kernel configuration (Kconfig) options when building the Linux kernel...

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Four New Stable Kernels

Greg Kroah-Hartman has released kernels 3.14.1, 3.13.10, 3.10.37, and 3.4.87. Each contains important updates and fixes; in addition, Greg notes that 3.13.10 will be the next-to-last release in the 3.13.y stable series, so migration to 3.14.y soon is advisable.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Maxwell GPUs Light Up On Linux 3.15

With the Linux 3.15 kernel is initial open-source support for NVIDIA's Maxwell GPUs. I've tested the Linux 3.15-rc1 code today for the GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 "GM107" graphics cards...

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Linux 3.15-rc1 Was Just Released & It's Real Big

The first release candidate to the Linux 3.15 kernel is now available and it marks the close of the kernel merge window for about two months. Linux 3.15 is poised to be a very exciting kernel release...

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Linux 3.15 Can Almost Be Compiled Under LLVM's Clang

A few hours ago I wrote about the most interesting features for the Linux 3.15 kernel from my perspective as it didn't look like anything else interesting would be introduced this late in the merge window before the imminent 3.15-rc1. However, this time I've been happily proven wrong with Clang...

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