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+ - SSD Failure Temporarily Halts Linux 3.12 Kernel Work 1

Submitted by jones_supa
jones_supa (887896) writes "The sudden death of a solid-state drive in Linus Torvalds' main workstation has led to the work on the 3.12 Linux Kernel to be temporarily suspended. Torvalds has not been able to recover anything from the drive. Subsystem maintainers who have outstanding pull requests may need to re-submit their requests in the coming days. If the SSD isn't recoverable he will finish out the Linux 3.12 merge window from a laptop."
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SSD Failure Temporarily Halts Linux 3.12 Kernel Work

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