KernelNewbies:

Linux 5.2 has NOT been released. Meanwhile, you can take a look at the list merge requests below, or take a look at

List of merge requests:

1. File systems

2. Memory management

3. Block layer

4. Tracing, perf and BPF

5. Virtualization

6. Cryptography

7. Security

8. Networking

9. Architectures

9.1. ARM

9.2. ARM64

9.3. X86

9.4. CSKY

9.5. MIPS

9.6. PARISC

9.7. POWERPC

9.8. RISCV

9.9. S390

9.10. XTENSA

10. Drivers

10.1. Graphics

10.2. Storage

10.3. Drivers in the Staging area

10.4. Networking

10.5. Audio

10.6. Tablets, touch screens, keyboards, mouses

10.7. TV tuners, webcams, video capturers

10.8. Universal Serial Bus

10.9. Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)

10.10. Watchdog

10.11. Serial

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

10.13. Real Time Clock (RTC)

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

10.15. Pin Controllers (pinctrl)

10.16. Multi Media Card (MMC)

10.17. Memory Technology Devices (MTD)

10.18. Industrial I/O (iio)

10.19. Multi Function Devices (MFD)

10.20. Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM)

10.21. Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C)

10.22. Hardware monitoring (hwmon)

10.23. General Purpose I/O (gpio)

10.24. Leds

10.25. DMA engines

10.26. Cryptography hardware acceleration

10.27. PCI

10.28. Thunderbolt

10.29. Clock

10.30. PHY ("physical layer" framework)

10.31. EDAC (Error Detection And Correction)

10.32. Various

11. List of merges

12. Other news sites

KernelNewbies: Linux_5.2 (last edited 2019-07-03 20:10:10 by diegocalleja)