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After 100 Point Releases, Linux 3.0 Is Being EOL'ed

Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the release of Linux 3.0.100 on Sunday and with that he intends to end-of-life this long-term kernel series in the coming days...

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Linux Gets Extended Hardware Error Log Driver

A set of eight patches were published today for the Linux kernel that implement an extended hardware error log driver that provides enhanced Intel MCA event logging. With this driver, certain errors are more useful for users like being able to report the particular memory RAM DIMM where a memory...

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New Daily, Per-Commit Testing Of Mesa, Kernel, Compilers

New daily and per-commit testing will commence for the mainline Linux kernel, the Intel Mesa driver, and LLVM/Clang (and possibly GCC) compilers. Similar to past performance "trackers" this will lead to more timely spotting of performance regressions affecting real-world workloads...

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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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