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07/14/08

English (US)   Prepping the PCI tree  -  Categories: News  -  @ 08:03:30 pm

Figured I’d give an overview of the latest PCI stuff for those of you that don’t drink from the lkml firehose.

The PCI linux-next branch was a bit more exciting than I expected it to be. We’ve got lots of good changes queued up. Some of the highlights:

There’s also an assortment of fixes here; hopefully we haven’t broken anything too badly…

The bottom line is this though: if you’ve been hesitant to try suspend/resume with Linux, or have had bad wake-on-lan or other wakeup event experiences, or you use PCI hotplug at all, this is a good release for you to try. You can report bugs to linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org, linux-pci@vger.kernel.org and/or http://bugzilla.kernel.org and we’ll take a look!

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