Monday, October 15, 2012

Linux Kernel 3.7 is Shapping Up

Linus Torvalds has released Linux Kernel 3.7 RC 1, which means he has closed the merge window for Linux Kernel 3.7. This also means that there are no new features will be added in the future until 3.7 gets finalized around December.

Linux Kernel 3.7 will have a 64 bit ARM support and thus enabling ARM developers to build the kernel using the same kernel source code. Many other new and interesting new features has been well written in The H. Let's hope that Linux can release this version just before the end of this year as a Christmas gift.