The big batch of ARM changes for the Linux 4.10 kernel have been submitted, including some new ARM platform support and early code for NVIDIA's next-generation Tegra SoC. Some of the highlights for the ARM code sent out today include:
- Early support for the NVIDIA Tegra 186 (Tegra186) SoC. The Tegra186 is believed to be the Tegra P1 Pascal-based SoC. This new Tegra codenamed Parker is believed to have a NVIDIA custom designed ARMv8 "Denver2" processor and Pascal graphics.
- Samsung Exynos 5433 mobile phone platform support.
- HiSilicon Hip07 server platform and D05 board support, a two-socket ARMv8 Cortex-A72 server board.
- Support for the NXP LS1046A communications processor.
- Fedora 26 Supports Single “Unified” OS Images for Multiple ARM Platforms
- Android-Based RaspAnd OS Updated for Raspberry Pi 3 with Google Play Support
- Canonical Starts Work on a Linux 4.12 Kernel for Ubuntu 17.10 for Raspberry Pi 2
- SolydXK 9 Linux OS Debuts Based on Debian 9 Stretch, Drops Raspberry Pi Support
- Linux 4.12 Release – Main Changes, ARM & MIPS Architectures
- Ubuntu Core Now Officially Supported for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3)