KernelNewbies:

Linux 4.13 [https://lkml.org/lkml/2017/9/3/155 has been released] on Sun, 3 Sep 2017.

/!\ /!\ Work in progress /!\ /!\

Meanwhile, you can read about Linux 4.13 in:

1. Networking

change. With this patch xfrm_do_migrate will also support port change if necessary [https://git.kernel.org/linus/4ab47d47af20addd6ecee1ece0205b1fbf483942 commit], [https://git.kernel.org/linus/8bafd73093f2f431f5a363f8057abc0ccc118853 commit]

2. Architectures

3. Drivers

3.1. Graphics

3.2. Storage

3.3. Drivers in the Staging area

3.4. Networking

3.5. Audio

3.6. Tablets, touch screens, keyboards, mouses

3.7. TV tuners, webcams, video capturers

3.8. Universal Serial Bus

3.9. Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)

3.10. Watchdog

3.11. Serial

3.12. ACPI, EFI, cpufreq, thermal, Power Management

3.13. Real Time Clock (RTC)

3.14. Voltage, current regulators, power capping, power supply

3.15. Pin Controllers (pinctrl)

3.16. Multi Media Card (MMC)

3.17. Memory Technology Devices (MTD)

3.18. Industrial I/O (iio)

3.19. Multi Function Devices (MFD)

3.20. Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C)

3.21. Hardware monitoring (hwmon)

3.22. General Purpose I/O (gpio)

3.23. Leds

3.24. DMA engines

3.25. Cryptography hardware acceleration

3.26. PCI

3.27. Non-Transparent Bridge (NTB)

3.28. Clock

3.29. Thunderbolt

3.30. Various

4. List of merges

5. Other news sites

KernelNewbies: Linux_4.13 (last edited 2017-10-02 18:58:55 by diegocalleja)