The kernel guru has announced the first release candidate of the Linux 3.12 on the first day of LinuxCon in New Orlenans.
After an SSD crash it seems that Torvalds is back on track with the Linux 3.12 commit and it shouldn’t be long before Linux 3.12-rc1 is released.
Linux 3.12 merge window was expected to close soon enough, but it seems that there might be a delay of couple of days as Torvalds’ desktop SSD has crashed.
Known for his flamboyant ways of responding developers and their mistakes, Torvalds has yet again showed the same fervor while responding to a Change.org petition.
Linux 3.11 final has been released after a couple of eventful rc releases over the last couple of weeks.
Twenty two years n the Linux operating system is one of the most used operating systems around the globe and its development is still going strong.
Launch of final Linux 3.11 would have been a ‘lovely coincidence’ notes Torvalds has he released the fifth release candidate of Linux 3.11 kernel.
Linus Torvalds has release the Linux 3.10-rc7, probably the last release candidate for the Linux 3.10 and if things go well we could see the final release of the Linux 3.9 successor next week.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 3.10-rc5 and the changes merged last week aren’t impressing him and he is definitely not happy with way things are progressing.