Intel Brings Up Software program for Lunar Lake System

Intel has begun to increase support for its codenamed Lunar Lake system to Linux motorists. So considerably, the organization has additional help for community controllers that will be employed for its CPUs in the coming yrs, but the addition obviously suggests that the business is working on a little something termed Lunar Lake.

Intel not too long ago extra support for its Lunar Lake platform to the present e1000e community driver that previously supports these kinds of solutions as Tiger Lake and Alder Lake, reports Phoronix. This hardware enablement will be mainlined with Linux 5.15, when  released this autumn. As a consequence, when Lunar Lake launches many years down the street, its community capabilities will be supported in Linux.