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CNX Software Article: Linux 5.0 Release – Main Changes, Arm, MIPS And RISC-V Architectures

By March 4, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

Linus Torvalds has just released Linux 5.0.
Linux 4.20 release added some Chinese based CPUs such as C-SKY architecture and Hygon Dhyana x86 CPUs, pressure stall information (in  /proc/pressure/), support for AMD Raven2 APU and Picasso APUs, Lazy TLB flushed optimization and more.
Some notable changes in Linux 5.0 include…
For the first time, I’ve decided to add some of the changes for RISC-V architecture, including core RISC-V updates and RISC-V audit updates.
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