Yesterday late in the afternoon Linus Torvalds announced in the traditional mailing list LKML.org the availability of the Linux kernel 3.3 , after some minor revisions that have come to decide the most responsible for this development to confirm the start of a new version of the cornerstone of any GNU / Linux.
not usually have anything special in the ad, but where they do two media is always recommended in MuyLinux when analyzing all the novelties of the new kernel . First, kernelnewbies, where you have a look especially detailed and fairly technical background. Second, more interesting for most Linux users without much knowledge of development, is the fantastic story that published in The H Open and breaks down the news in various sections.
Although there is obviously much more significant improvements for everyday users, but the most striking is the return to the Linux kernel code of Android, at least partially, with several subsystems and “fused” ( merged ) with the usual code used in our distributions, as explained in good detail in LWN article. It is a first step, yes, but an important step .
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