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5 Intriguing New Features in Linux 3.10

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After a relatively short development cycle of only nine weeks, Linux 3.10 made its official debut on Sunday.

The cycle wasn't as quiet as Torvalds would have liked, he explained, and there were more pull requests late in the cycle than he would have wished. So, the seventh release candidate of this kernel was once again the last one, and Linux 3.10 is now officially here.

Ready for a run-down? Here's a quick look at some of the highlights.

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