Linux Kernel 3.5 Released

Rob Williams

Staff member
Further proving that Linux kernel developers never take a break, version 3.5 was released over the weekend. This marks the fifth major release since the kernel hit 3.0 last June, so we're now seeing an accelerated release pace. This release brings some important features, including an option to enable checksums for metadata using ext4, userspace probes to better evaluate application performance, Btrfs improvements and much more.


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