Multiplatform support 'pretty much done after 10+ years' says Torvalds as Linux 5.19-RC released

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Multiplatform support 'pretty much done after 10+ years' says Torvalds as Linux 5.19 RC released

New and updated drivers account for around 60% of the release

Linus Torvalds has made the first release candidate (RC) for the upcoming Linux 5.19 kernel series available to the public. In his 5.19-rc1 mailing list announcement, Torvalds noted that the dev...

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