Linked by David Adams on Tue 3rd Aug 2010 16:03 UTC, submitted by Elv13
Linux Measures to support the power saving mechanisms of AMD graphics chips, network code optimizations for multi-core processors, features for de-fragmenting the working memory and an improved support of the power management and turbo features offered by modern processors are among the highlights of the new kernel version. After a development time of almost two-and-a-half months, Linus Torvalds has released version 2.6.35 of the Linux kernel.
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by vivainio on Tue 3rd Aug 2010 17:38 UTC
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I thought they managed to stop ath5k (used in asus eee 900 at least) from sucking in Karmic, but it appears they have managed to *double* the throughput in some (high noise?) tests now.

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RE: ath5k
by fredb1974 on Wed 4th Aug 2010 06:40 in reply to "ath5k"
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karmic does have kernel 2.6.35 ? I thought it was a 2.6.30 or something kernel ?

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RE[2]: ath5k
by vivainio on Wed 4th Aug 2010 06:44 in reply to "RE: ath5k"
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Yes. I meant that ath5k stopped sucking in Karmic, but it seems now it *really* stopped sucking.

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