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Linux 3.7 arrives, ARM developers rejoice
bill

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Msg#: 4527195 posted 2:50 am on Dec 12, 2012 (gmt 0)

Linux 3.7 arrives, ARM developers rejoice [zdnet.com]

Only months after the arrival of Linux 3.6, Linus Torvalds has released the next major Linux kernel update: 3.7. The time between releases wasn't long, but this new version includes major improvements for ARM developers and network administrators. The 3.7 source code is now available for downloading [kernel.org].


Anyone worked with this yet? I know it's only a development release...

 

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Msg#: 4527195 posted 4:50 am on Dec 13, 2012 (gmt 0)

No, not yet. However, it reminds me of Frank Soltis and OS/400. I kid you not, I wrote some custom compiled RPG code back in the early 90's and it is STILL running on a brand new iSeries (OS/400). TIMI (Time Independent Machine Interface) -- if memory serves me right. Genius.

I don't think Linux is there yet ... but it is quite obvious that childbirth is getting a bit more painful. Linus needs to have a sit-down with Frank.

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