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The New Features To The Linux 3.16 Kernel

Linus Torvalds will most likely be releasing the Linux 3.16-rc1 kernel today, now that the merge window has been open for two weeks and the feature pull requests are coming to an end. Here's a concise look at the new features and improvements to be found with the Linux 3.16...

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Many DRM Graphics Driver Changes Introduced To Linux 3.16

One of the most exciting pull requests to Phoronix readers was just sent in a short time ago for the Linux 3.16 kernel... The DRM graphics subsystem driver changes...

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More Stable Kernel Updates

The 3.14.7, 3.10.43, and 3.4.93 stable kernel updates are available; each contains another long list of important fixes.

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XFS & Btrfs For Linux 3.16 Bring New Features

While EXT4 didn't see any exciting changes for the Linux 3.16 merge window, the XFS and Btrfs file-systems are continuing to receive a great deal of upstream improvements...

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Linux 3.15 Release Offers Better Performance, Faster Speeds

Following "one of the busiest development cycles ever," in the words of kernel developer Jonathan Corbet, Linux 3.15 on Sunday made its official debut.

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