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Linux kernel overseer Linus Torvalds has released version 6.1 of the project, and warned that "the merge window from Hell" has now opened. Each release of the Linux kernel is followed by two weeks in which contributors submit code they'd like to see in the next version. The release of Linux 6.1 today means that window closes …

  1. Fruit and Nutcase Silver badge
    Linux

    Eggnog 1 PR 0

    They [kernel devs] think it's all over. It is now

    Icon: guess who

    1. Lil Endian Silver badge
      Linux

      Van Dijk?

      Kernel devs, pay attention: another day of Paredes could happen for you!

    2. UCAP Silver badge
      Linux

      Flipers

      Kernel devs that fail to follow the rules will be slapped with wet flippers until they have fixed up <<insert module from hell here>>.

    3. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Eggnog 1 PR 0

      systemd

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  3. BOB JOHNSON

    Re: Ha, ha, the bias is showing

    It seems that 6.1 with Debian 12 boots using 20% more memory. I have the memory, I just don't like the increase when I'm not seeing any benefits. Maybe to gamers?????

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