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The Linux 3.16 Kernel Already Has A Ton Of New Features

The Linux 3.15 kernel isn't even expected for release until later today, but thanks to the Linux 3.16 merge window opening a week early to adjust to Linus Torvalds' upcoming schedule, we already have a good idea for a portion of the changes for the next kernel cycle...

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LLVM Clang Moves A Bit Closer To Compiling The Linux 3.16 Kernel

The latest Linux 3.16 kernel pull request worth covering on Phoronix are the latest LLVMLinux patches for being able to compile the kernel with Clang rather than GCC...

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Patch Ready for Newly-Discovered Linux Kernel Flaw

The security team behind the Debian distro are urging users to upgrade their Linux packages after patching a newly-found flaw in the Linux kernel.

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Many ACPI & Power Management Changes Head Into Linux 3.16

Rafael Wysocki has sent in his ACPI and power management pull that will target the next Linux kernel release cycle...

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Sound Support Gets Updated For The Next Kernel Release

Takashi Iwai has sent in the sound-related updates for the Linux 3.16 kernel...

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