Linux kernel adds over a million lines of code to support latest chips

Daniel Robinson
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Release candidate for Linux kernel version 4.2 extends AMD GPU support among other updates

The Linux kernel is getting a bumper update with the release candidate of version 4.2, which adds over a million new lines of code, the majority of which is accounted for by drivers to support AMD'...

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