Linux gets USB 3.0 support

Sarah Sharp, a Linux developer at Intel's Open Source Technology Center who has recently been working on the Linux USB subsystem, announced that support of USB 3.0 will soon be integrated into the Linux kernel. This makes Linux the first operating system to support the standard. If you can't wait and have the expertise necessary, she includes […]

Sarah Sharp, a Linux developer at Intel's Open Source Technology Center who has recently been working on the Linux USB subsystem, announced that support of USB 3.0 will soon be integrated into the Linux kernel. This makes Linux the first operating system to support the standard. If you can't wait and have the expertise necessary, she includes instructions on how to get USB 3.0 support in Linux now.

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