News Category: Linux Kernel

Linux 2.6.31-rc2 Released

It's out there. Larger than I'd like, but the bulk of the changes are due to some late arch updates (MIPS, and powerpc documentation). There's also a fair amount of somewhat scary i915 updates, but the bulk of that is the new displayport support which shouldn't regress (but with some i2c api...
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New Linux Patch Could Circumvent Microsoft's FAT Patents

Article Source Ars TechnicaJuly 1, 2009, 6:15 pm Microsoft's recent lawsuit against TomTom, alleging infringement of filesystem patents, has left many questions unanswered about the legal implications of distributing open source implementations of Microsoft's FAT filesystem. A new Linux...
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Compiler Project Aims to Help Enterprise IT

As the world economy began tanking last fall, a small group of open source developers decided to get together to try to build a better mousetrap--in this case by using a more efficient compiler. Their idea was simple--if you create code that is compiled more efficiently, then the programs can...
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Linux 2.6.31-rc1 Released

We've had the regular two-week (and one day) merge window, and -rc1 is out, and the merge window is closed. [ I suspect I'll still merge the SCore architecture, I wanted to give it a quick peek, but I've been busy with all the other patches so I'm closing the merge window now, but leaving myself...
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Linux 2.6.29.5 Released

I'm announcing the release of the 2.6.29.5 kernel. All users of the 2.6.29 kernel series are very strongly encouraged to upgrade. I'll also be replying to this message with a copy of the patch between 2.6.29.4 and 2.6.29.5 The updated 2.6.29.y git tree can be found at:git://git.kernel.org/pub/...
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Linux 2.6.30's Best Five Features

Article Source Cyber CynicJune 15, 2009, 7:54 am Windows and Mac OS updates every few years. Windows 7 arrives on October 22nd and Apple's Snow Leopard will show up in September. The Linux kernel, the heart of Linux distributions, however, gets updated every few months. What this means for...
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Real-Time Kernel Upgraded

Article Source LinuxDevicesJune 12, 2009, 12:35 pm The Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL) released a "latest stable" real-time Linux kernel based on Linux 2.6.29, and has merged its threaded interrupt real-time code into the Linux 2.6.30 mainline. The OSADL also announced its Real...
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Linux 2.6.27.25 Released

I'm announcing the release of the 2.6.27.25 kernel.Â¬â  All users of the 2.6.27 kernel series are very strongly encouraged to upgrade. I'll also be replying to this message with a copy of the patch between 2.6.27.24 and 2.6.27.25The updated 2.6.27.y git tree can be found at:¬â Â¬â Â¬â Â¬â Â¬â Â¬â...
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First Linux USB 3.0 Drivers Emerge

Article Source The HJune 10, 2009, 2:06 am Just a few weeks after NEC presented its first host controller chip for USB 3.0 and Fresco Logic released its USB 3.0 expansion card, and even before the first products offer the new SuperSpeed mode, a Linux driver for the xHCI (Extensible Host...
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The 2.6.30 Kernel is Out

Article Source LWNJune 9, 2009, 9:16 pm As mentioned last week, -rc8 was the last -rc, and there really isn't any point in delaying the real release any more. I'm sure we've missed something, and I know we have some regressions pending. At the same time, we do need the coverage of a eral...
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