We have no issues with Linux, other than that vendors often overlook the platform when it comes to drivers. Luckily, The Geekess, also known as Sarah Sharp, has coded the first USB 3.0 driver for Linux. Her efforts will not only make USB 3.0 compatible with Linux when the tech hits later this month, but will also earn Linux the title of "First!" OS to support the USB 3.0 standard. Nice! [The Geekess via Ozel Web Tasarim via Engadget]
The First USB 3.0 Driver For Linux (Or Any OS) Is Here
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