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Months Ahead of Hardware, ARMv8 Gains Debian/Ubuntu Support

One of the coolest aspects of Linux is its ability to support hardware long before other OSes – and even well before consumers can even get their hands on the hardware. Take USB 3.0, for example, which hit the kernel months before the first products hit the market, in September of 2009. And then there’s the SSD command TRIM, which was first launched to the kernel in December of 2008 – six months before Windows 7 introduced the same thing as standard.

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