Linux kernel 4.11 has been released
Linus Torvalds has been busy working on the latest version of the Linux kernel, and now it’s finally here. Linux kernel 4.11 has been released, and it offers a range of fixes and new features. You can get a full list of what’s new in Linux 4.11 from the Kernel Newbies site.Simon Sharwood reports for The Register:
So what do we get this time around? Among other things, Linux is now better at hot-swapping solid state disks and can now do journaling on RAID 4/5/6 volumes. While we’re talking storage, there’s also support for the OPAL self-encrypting disk drive standard.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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