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Kernel Log: Coming in 3.10 (Part 4)

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In his release mail for Linux 3.10-rc7, Linus Torvalds seemed confident that the seventh pre-release version should be the last. All signs therefore point to Linux 3.10 being released at the start of July, though major last minute problems could still trigger a further release candidate, which typically entails another week of development.

The description of driver changes which follows therefore concludes our 'Coming in 3.10' Kernel Log series. The first three articles in the series dealt with changes made in the areas of networking, file systems and storage and platform and infrastructure code.

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