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Samsung Contributes F2FS NAND Filesystem to Linux

A new filesystem for NAND flash drives and memory sticks, F2FS, has been submitted for inclusion into the Linux kernel by flash memory maker Samsung...

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Samsung Introduces New Linux File-System: F2FS

Announced this morning on the kernel mailing list was F2FS, a new open-source Linux file-system that comes courtesy of Samsung...

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The DRM Graphics Pull Goes In For Linux 3.7 Kernel

Part 1 of the Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) pull for the Linux 3.7 kernel was merged this morning...

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Linux 3.6 Debuts with 5 Major Advances

Among the most visible features in the 3.6 kernel release is a “hybrid sleep” capability much like what has long been offered by Microsoft Windows. But plenty of other goodies also promise to improve life for Linux users, however. Here's five.

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One Kernel Can Now Handle Multiple ARM Platforms

The Linux 3.7 kernel gets even more exciting with the merging of ARM multi-platform support. This work allows for a single Linux kernel build to contain support for multiple ARM SoCs/platforms...

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