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Linux 5.18 Released: Introduces Intel SDSi and Next-Generation CPU and GPU Compatibility

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Linux 5.18 Released: Introduces Intel SDSi and Next-Generation CPU and GPU Compatibility



Linux 5.18 Released: Introduces Intel SDSi and Next-Generation CPU and GPU Compatibility

Linus Torvalds just released Linux 5.18 on time as the latest stable kernel release.

Linux 5.18 brings controversial Intel Software Custom Chip (SDSi, hardware in-app purchases that unlock processor add-ons through payment) feature and continues DG2/Alchemist Intel discrete graphics, 4th Gen Xeon server processors Sapphire Rapids, Alder Compatible work with Lake N and DG2-G12 graphics cards.

Linux 5.18 Released: Introduces Intel SDSi and Next-Generation CPU and GPU Compatibility

Linux 5.18 also optimizes AMD EPYC performance, supports FreeSync video mode, Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) chip support, and more.

Torvalds wrote in the brief v5.18 announcement: “There have been no unexpected issues over the past week, so here we are with the 5.18 release on schedule.

This obviously means the merge window for 5.19 will open tomorrow, and I already have Some pull requests are pending. Thank you all. I still hope people run the boring plain 5.18 to check before we start getting excited about all the new features of the merge window.”

As Torvalds said, the Linux kernel is now starting to enter the 5.19 merge window, with a number of new features planned for Linux 5.19.

Learn more:

https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/ [email protected]om/T/#u _



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