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Linus Torvalds attempts to get kernel developers to clean up their code, the performance regression that almost shipped, and the major production struggle Red Hat acknowledged this week.
Plus, we try out Microsoft’s Linux distro, and some thoughts on our editorial style.
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- 5.15 Merge window — 3,440 non-merge changesets have been pulled into the mainline repository for the 5.15 development cycle.
- Amazon’s DAMON Merged Into Linux 5.15
- Linux 5.15 Hit By Some Early Performance Regressions
- AMD Posts New “AMD-PSTATE” CPUFreq Driver — Leveraging CPPC For Better Perf-Per-Watt
- Linux 5.15 Readies More Code For Compile & Run-Time Detection Of Buffer Overflows
- AMD Finally Releases Overdue Linux CPPC Driver
- OverlayFS On Linux 5.15 Improves Performance
- Linux 5.15’s New “-Werror” Behavior Is Causing A Lot Of Pain — That compiler flag addition makes all warnings be treated as errors, which in turn stops the kernel build.
- Re: [GIT PULL] ntfs3: new NTFS driver for 5.15 - Linus Torvalds
- Red Hat will officially support EPEL in the future — The new team is being formed and is expected to start work in October.
- History and Philosophy of EPEL - Fedora Project Wiki
- Microsoft Releases Its August Update For The CBL-Mariner Linux Distribution — One of the big fundamental changes with CBL-Mariner August 2021 is Microsoft now provides a public ISO to download of this Linux distribution.
- CBL-Mariner: Linux OS for Azure 1P services and edge appliances