Last month saw the release of the Linux 6.6 kernel, a big update jam-packed with new features, hardware support, security enhancements, and performance improvements. Today, that kernel version was officially designated a long-term support (LTS) […]
A new Linux kernel is out, and it’s better than ever. Linux kernel 6.6 is a big update that delivers an array of improvements, including a new CPU scheduler that promises to improve performance and […]
Linux kernel 6.6 might not be out yet (it’s due in the next few weeks) but that’s not stopped Oracle adding initial support for it in the latest release of VirtualBox. VirtualBox shouldn’t need much […]
Helping round off August with aplomb is the official release of Linux kernel 6.5 — which arrives days after the kernel celebrated its 32nd birthday. Linus Torvalds announced Linux 6.5’s arrival on the official Linux […]
There’s a new way to install stable mainline Linux kernel builds on Ubuntu — all thanks to a former Canonical employee and Ubuntu developer. Stéphane Graber has been running mainline Linux kernels on his Ubuntu […]
Ubuntu 22.04 LTS users can now upgrade to Linux kernel 6.2 using the Software Updater tool. Ahead of the formal Ubuntu 22.04.3 point release due next week (August 10) Canonical has issued an updated kernel […]
After 2 months of solid development, Linux 6.4 kernel is officially available to download. Announcing the release of the latest Linux kernel on (where else?) the official Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML), Linux founder Linus […]
A new version of the Linux kernel is out with an assortment of hardware, performance, and security improvements. Announcing the release of Linux 6.3 over on the Linux kernel mailing list (LKML) Linus Torvalds remarked […]
When Ubuntu 23.04 arrives in April it will be using Linux kernel 6.2, the most recent kernel version ahead of the distro's next release – nice!
The first Linux kernel release of 2023 is here. Linux kernel 6.2 features new hardware support, security fixes, and file system speed boosts.
The Linux kernel 6.1 release is full of welcome changes, which we look at in this post. From new hardware support to networking, security, and performance.
The Linux kernel 6.0 release is full of welcome changes, which we look at in this post. From new hardware support to networking, security, and performance.