The Linaro-3.0 kernel branch is now open

Nicolas Pitre nicolas.pitre at linaro.org
Tue Jul 19 02:57:05 UTC 2011


Yes, it is the big 3.0 coming to a Linaro server near you !

The Linux v3.0 based Linaro kernel branch is now available from:

  http://git.linaro.org/gitweb?p=kernel/linux-linaro-3.0.git;a=summary

  http://git.linaro.org/git/kernel/linux-linaro-3.0.git

Since the official final v3.0 from Linus Torvalds is going to happen in 
a matter of hours now, and considering that the freeze for the 11.07 
kernel release is supposed to take effect this Thursday, this is 
probably the best time to fork the Linaro-3.0 branch and start merging 
patches onto it.  Currently this contains the following from RMK's 
devel-stable branch:

 * The comprehensive ARM kprobes work from Jon (Tixy) Medhurst

 * The new processor struct macros from Dave Martin

 * A small part of the single zImage work from myself

 * The ARM cpu topology definition from Vincent Guittot

 * Basic Cortex A5 support from Will Deacon & Pawel Moll

 * DMA infrastructure cleanups from Russell King

 * A kernel helper to perform 64-bit atomic operations from myself

Please let me know if you want to see something merged into  the 
linaro-3.0 tree before Thursday.


Nicolas



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