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2012 Kernel Summit: Call for Participation

The planning process for the 2012 Kernel Summit (August 27-29, San Diego) has begun. "This year, in order to make the selection process more transparent, we're trying a new mechanism where we'll be selecting this year's attendees from amongst those who submit proposals to attend as described below." There is...

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Canonical Posts More Wayland Patches

While Canonical isn't known for making many low-level upstream Linux contributions, new patches authored by one of Canonical's Ubuntu developers has been posted for mainline Wayland...

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Significant Improvements Coming in Linux 3.5

The next version of the Linux kernel, expected to be released in late July, includes uprobes and improvements to HDMI audio support in the Radeon driver among several other new graphics drivers; RAID 5 support for Btrfs is not included...

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ARM Is Raised For The Linux 3.5 Kernel

There's a growing number of features coming about for the Linux 3.5 kernel. Covered so far has been the DRM GPU drivers, input, input, and other areas. The ARM architecture has also been enhanced with Linux 3.5...

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GCC Explorer - An Interactive Take on Compilation

Matt Godbolt announces GCC explorer, a web-based tool for exploring how code tweaks change the machine code emitted by the compiler. "Particularly with some of the newer features of C++11 — lambdas, move constructors, threading primitives etc — it’s nice to be able to see how your elegant code becomes...

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