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KLANG: A New Linux Audio System For The Kernel

A developer has begun working on a new audio sub-system for the Linux kernel, which he is referring to as KLANG, the Kernel Level Audio Next Generation. KLANG was conceived after the developer became frustrated by ALSA, OSS4, and PulseAudio...

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Linux 3.6 Kernel Adds EFI Handover Protocol

The in-development Linux 3.6 kernel introduces an EFI handover protocol, which will ultimately lead to faster boot-ups and simpler EFI boot-loaders...

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Stable Kernel 3.2.24

Ben Hutchings has announced the release of the 3.2.24 stable kernel (patches). As usual, it contains important fixes throughout the kernel tree.

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5 Best New Features of the Linux 3.5 Kernel Release

Following some initial concern earlier in the month about a large volume of small, last-minute pull requests that ultimately necessitated a seventh release candidate, Linux creator Linus Torvalds on Saturday published the final version 3.5 of the Linux kernel. Here are some of the best new features.

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Linux 3.5 Approaches with RC7

A seventh release candidate for Linux 3.5 was published over the weekend, following a large number of small pull requests submitted by kernel developers. This led Linus Torvalds to tell the developers, "Not cool guys. Not cool."...

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