Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Mon 15th Jun 2009 23:12 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems It's not available in the latest kernel just yet, but if you just so happen to have gotten your hands on a USB 3.0 device you want to use at full spectrum (you lucky jerk) or want to do this for the sake of geekiness, it's now possible to get USB 3.0 support for Debian and Ubuntu systems. The USB 3.0 subsystem will be integrated into the Linux kernel "soon," but if you've got some time on your hands, instructions have been provided to do it yourself.
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RE: Comment by darrelljon
by Andre4s on Tue 16th Jun 2009 11:49 UTC in reply to "Comment by darrelljon"
Andre4s
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Depends on how you mesure it. If every piece of supported hardware scored one point Linux will win by far.

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