Microsoft loves Linux so much that its latest operating system is based on Linux. Azure Sphere OS is designed to run on embedded devices and IoT.
Want to check which Linux kernel version your distro is running on? Well, it’s pretty easy to find out. All you need is a working keyboard, a few fingers, and a pair of eyes. Oh, and a terminal emulator. But before we show you the command that lets you quickly find which kernel version you’re […]
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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.
This post, VirtualBox Guest Additions to be Included in Linux Kernel, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Linux Kernel 4.12 is officially out! And Linus Torvalds says y’all should “go out and use it.” The development window on Linux 4.13 is now open. The subsequent release , Linux kernel 4.14, which due much later in the year, will be an LTS release. What’s New in Linux 4.12 Among some of the many (many) […]
This post, Linux Kernel 4.12 Released with BFQ, USB Type-C Manager, Much More, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Ever wondered how to install new kernel releases on Ubuntu? Using Ukuu (which stands for ‘Ubuntu Kernel Update Utility’) is one way to do it. This straightforward desktop app help you install a new kernel in Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and other Ubuntu-based distributions, using the “mainline” kernels published by Canonical. But before you jump ahead in pursuit of shiny […]
This post, Ukuu Makes it Easy to Install Mainline Kernel on Ubuntu, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
The creator of the Linux open-source operating system talks about its past, present, and future.
Now that everyone is enjoying Linux kernel 4.5, though the reality is that we haven’t seen any production operating system using it until today, the time has come for early adopters to take Linux kernel 4.6 for a test drive.
On March 18, 2016, kernel developer Jiri Slaby announced the release of the fifty-seventh maintenance build of the long-term supported Linux 3.12 kernel series.
Greg Kroah-Hartman on Thursday submitted his pull request of the staging area changes for targeting the Linux 4.6 kernel.
EFI-enabled systems will see some nice improvements with the upcoming Linux 4.6 kernel…