We now know what Linux kernel version Ubuntu 22.04 LTS will use when released in April. If you were hoping for the very latest we're here to disappoint…
What better way to kickstart a brand new month than with a brand new Linux kernel. Yes, Linux 5.15 is now officially released. Announcing the new kernel’s arrival on the Linux Kernel mailing list Linux […]
Linux Kernel 5.14 has been released. Announcing the latest kernel’s arrival on the Linux Kernel mailing list Linux founder Linus Torvalds couldn’t resist acknowledging the attention his ‘hobby’ project has received for its 30th anniversary […]
Linux 5.13 kernel has been released. In this post we look at what's new, from an Amazon Luna controller driver to initial support for the Apple M1 chip.
A new Linux kernel is available to download. In this post we run through the core changes and new features shipping inside this, Linux 5.12.
A brand new Linux kernel is now available to download. In this post we recap the core changes and new features you'll find tucked up inside Linux 5.11.
The Linux 5.10 kernel release is packed to the hilt with big changes, performance enhancements, and new drivers. Linux 5.10 is a Long Term Support release.
New Linux kernel releases seem to pop out quicker than they used to, but since they’re always chock full of welcome improvements I’m not complaining! Linux 5.9 is the latest mainline kernel release to be […]
The Linux Kernel 5.8 release has been announced – but what's new and improved? In this post we recap all the neat new features and core changes on offer.
Linux 5.7 has arrived, serving as the latest mainline release of the Linux Kernel — but what’s changed? Well, in this post we recap the new features and core changes bundled up inside this kernel […]
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.