Linux 5.6 is the latest stable release of the Linux kernel, and in this post we take a look at some of the new features and changes the update offers.
Ubuntu has settled on the version of the Linux kernel that will ship in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS when released this April. Surprisgly, it won't be the most recent.
Now that Linux kernel 5.3 is officially released we take a quick look at the new and notable changes this kernel update brings.
A new PPA gives Ubuntu users the opportunity to try an alternative exFAT kernel module based on Samsung's sdfat Linux driver code.
Ubuntu 19.10 boot times from installation media will be faster thanks to the use of LZ4 decompression for kernel and initramfs.
Microsoft has announced that it’s bringing exFAT support to the Linux kernel, with code contributed licensed under GPLv2. This is huge, unexpected, yet very welcome #opensource news. Microsoft’s exFAT file system is prevalent throughout a […]
The much anticipated Linux Kernel 5.2 release is now available to download, and it’s a bit of a whopper! “Each and every update to the Linux kernel brings a wealth of improvements, and Linux 5.2 […]
Linux Kernel 5.0 has been released. It features hardware improvements, fast encryption support, and more.
Most of us install VirtualBox Guest Additions on Linux virtual machines get the best experience, but now these capabilities are coming to the Linux kernel itself.
Linus Torvalds has announced the release of a Linux 4.14, the latest stable release of the Linux kernel, and it's packed full of changes and new features.
Linux Kernel 4.13 is officially out! Announcing the release on the Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML) Linus Torvalds says: “last week was actually somewhat eventful, but not enough to push me to delay 4.13,” going on to […]
"Linux 4.12 is big, really big, like bigger than you thought big," Gregs says in an update on his Google+ profile — and he's made a chart to prove it.