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Intel Begins Pushing "Merrifield" Linux Patches

In the preceding days Intel has begun making public a number of Linux kernel patches for supporting their yet-to-be-released Merrifield chip...

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Want to Run the Linux Plumbers Conference in 2014?

The Linux Foundation's Technical Advisory Board is currently accepting applications from groups wishing to organize the 2014 Linux Plumber's Conference; the current plan is to co-locate that conference with LinuxCon Europe in Düsseldorf, Germany, but hosting it in Chicago with LinuxCon North America is also a possibility. See this page...

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Linux 3.12-rc4 Kernel Has Lots Of File-System Commits

As usual, Linus Torvalds released the latest Linux development kernel on Sunday...

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Kernel Prepatch 3.12-rc4

The fourth 3.12 prepatch is out for testing. "Hmm. rc4 has more new commits than rc3, which doesn't make me feel all warm and fuzzy, but nothing major really stands out. More filesystem updates than normal at this stage, perhaps, but I suspect that is just happenstance. We have cifs,...

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Linux 3.12 Kernel To Bring Faster File-Systems

With the Linux 3.12 kernel due for release in several weeks time but all major changes behind us now, here are some file-system tests from this forthcoming kernel update. Tested Linux file-systems for this Phoronix article include EXT4, Btrfs, XFS, and F2FS. From these results, there are multiple instances of...

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