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Linux Working On 5MHz, 10MHz Wireless Support

Linux wireless developers remain at work on support for 5 and 10MHz channels in order to prepare for future 802.11 standards...

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5 Intriguing New Features in Linux 3.10

After a relatively short development cycle of only nine weeks, Linux 3.10 made its official debut on Sunday. Here's a quick look at some of the highlights, including timer-free multitasking support, ARM big.LITTLE support, Bcache, a more space-efficient Btrfs, and improved Radeon support.

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2013 Kernel Summit Call for Topics/Proposals

The planning process for the 2013 Kernel Summit (October 23-25, Edinburgh) has begun; as in previous years, the program committee is looking for proposals for interesting topics in need of discussion. "The best topics for the kernel summit tend to focus on topics which are not appropriate for any of...

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EXT4 File-System Updated For Linux 3.11 Kernel

Ted Ts'o has already sent in his pull request for EXT4 file-system changes targeting the Linux 3.11 kernel...

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When the Kernel ABI Has to Change

Maintaining user-space ABI compatibility is one of the key guiding principles of Linux kernel development; changes that break user space are likely to be reverted quickly, often after an incendiary message from Linus. But what is to be done in cases where an ABI is deemed to be unworkable and...

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