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Linux 3.11 Gets New Lustre

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Late Sunday afternoon, Linus Torvalds released the first release candidate for the new Linux 3.11 kernel.

Late Sunday afternoon, Linus Torvalds released the first release candidate for the new Linux 3.11 kernel.

It's a release that didn't come without some choice words from the Linux creator. In response to a [GIT pull] request on x86 update for the new 3.11 kernel Torvalds wrote:

What the F*CK, guys? This piece-of-shit commit is marked for stable, but you clearly never even test-compiled it, did you?

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