Intel has revised SGX enclave for Linux mainline support for the 38th time, but it is not clear when Intel SGX support will be accepted by mainline Linux kernel.For years, Intel Linux developers have been working hard to integrate their SGX support and new SGX enclave drivers into the Linux kernel.
SGX support has been ongoing since the core of Core Skylake emerged, but security issues and other technical reasons have this
The 38th patch fixed two problems and also included the failure to send the full v37 patch. The previous revision made more repairs to the SGX kernel code than this time. The Intel SGX foundations v38 code can be found in the kernel mailing list.
The merge window for Linux 5.10 will open next month, but it remains to be seen whether it will be scheduled for the next cycle, or further until 2021.
For those interested in implementing SGX support on Linux, the good news is coming, as Intel has begun to maintain it through GitHubintel/linux-sgxKernel patch.