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Linux 4.5-rc2 Brings A Surprising Amount Of Changes

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Linus Torvalds announced the release of Linux 4.5-rc2 this weekend as was expected as the next weekly test version of this new kernel.

Linus mentions in the 4.5-rc2 announcement that he was happy with how this release was turning out, but since Friday there were many more pull request submitted. The amount of new activity in the past few days though doesn't worry Torvalds and is the result in finding bugs by users/developers in trying out Linux 4.5.

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Also: Linus Torvalds Announces the Second Linux Kernel 4.5 Release Candidate Build

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