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Linux Kernel 3.10 Includes Massive Changes.

Question asked by Abhishek Rawal in #Linux on May 13, 2013
Abhishek Rawal
Abhishek Rawal · May 13, 2013
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It's been said that Linux Kernel 3.10 has received massive changes in the last several years.This changes is rated according to commit counts & potential actual lines.

Here are some of the featured upcoming changes :

- QXL KMS Driver included.
- Radeon DRM gets Gold Registers alongwith UVD Video decoding & Radeon SI tiling support.
- KVM Virtualization Improvement.
- Audio Sound Drivers Update.
- AMD Power management Improvements.
- Major F2FS Changes.
- BCache SSD/HDD Caching Framework.
- Improved ARM Support with better 64-bit ARM support.
- Improved eCryptFS AES-NI Performance.

Source : Phoronix

For more details, Read this mailing list: https://lkml.indiana.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/1305.1/02192.html Posted in: #Linux

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