Linked by diegocg on Mon 24th Oct 2011 14:32 UTC
Linux Linux 3.1 has been released. The changes include support for the OpenRISC opensource CPU, performance improvements to the writeback throttling, some speedups in the slab allocator, a new iSCSI implementation, support for Near-Field Communication chips used to enable mobile payments, bad block management in the generic software RAID layer, a new "cpupowerutils" userspace utility for power management, filesystem barriers enabled by default in Ext3, Wii Controller support and new drivers and many small improvements. Here's the full changelog.
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by Gestahlt on Mon 24th Oct 2011 17:44 UTC
Gestahlt
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2011-10-17

Ehehe, How long will it be when they release Linux NT then?

Nonetheless, im also happy with what they have changed and i thing Linux was long enough in the 2.x.x.x state. It matured enough to deserve the 3.

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