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The Exciting Features Merged So Far For Linux 3.17

We're now around the half-way point of the Linux 3.17 merge window with at least another week expected before the 3.17-rc1 release depending upon Linus Torvalds' travel around LinuxCon and the Kernel Summit in Chicago. 

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A Set of Stable Kernel Updates

The 3.15.9, 3.14.16, 3.10.52, and 3.4.102 stable kernel updates are available; each contains the usual set of important fixes. Greg warns that there will only be one more 3.15 update, so 3.15 users should be thinking about moving on.

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Many Intel DRM Changes Abound For Linux 3.17

The Intel DRM graphics driver will feature its usual large amount of changes with the in-development Linux 3.17 kernel...

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ACPI 5.1, ACPI On ARM Are Among The Power Management Updates For Linux 3.17

The generally interesting ACPI and power management pull request was sent in for the Linux 3.17 merge window...

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Linux 3.17 To Drop Old POWER Processor Support

Should you be still running any PowerPC hardware older than 2001, the support is being dropped with the Linux 3.17 kernel merge window...

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