Ubuntu developers recently shared word on the Linux kernel version Ubuntu 24.04 LTS will use — and I’ll admit: it’s not the one I guessed! Ubuntu 24.04 is a long-term support release (LTS) and last year’s Linux kernel 6.6 is also a LT…Read More
Linux Kernel 6.7 is finally released! Linus Torvalds announced the release on Sunday night: So we had a little bit more going on last week compared to the holiday week before that, but certainly not enough to make me think we’d want to delay this any further. End result: 6.7 is (in number of commits: […]Read More
A data corruption bug in Linux kernel 6.1.64-1 with possible data loss on ext4 file systems is delaying the release of Debian 12.3.
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There are so many tutorials teaching how to install the latest Kernel, while, this one is going to show you how to downgrade to the original GA (General Availability) Kernel 5.15 in Ubuntu 22.04. The GA Kernel is shipped by default in the first stable release of Ubuntu 22.04. By rolling out Ubuntu 22.04.1, 22.04.2, […]Read More
After only thirteen maintenance updates, the Linux 6.5 kernel series is now marked as EOL (End of Life) on the kernel.org website, which means that it will no longer be supported with bug and security fixes.
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In another unexpected turn of events, the latest Linux 6.6 kernel series has been officially marked as LTS (Long Term Support) on the kernel.org website, with a predicted life expectancy of at least three years.
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For those who want to install the most recent Kernel 6.6 with new hardware support or compatibility fixes, it’s now available in the zabbly repository for Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 22.04, and Debian 12. Linux 6.6 was released few weeks ago as the latest Kernel series. It features PSR power saving for Intel 4th/5th CPU, initial […]Read More
Clonezilla Live 3.1.1 is here more than six months after Clonezilla Live 3.1.0, and it’s powered by a new kernel, namely Linux 6.5.8, which is a significant upgrade from the Linux 6.1.25 used in the previous release, despite the fact that Linux 6.1 is a long-term supported series. As expected, Linux 6.5 will bring better […]
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Linux Torvalds announced the release of Kernel 6.6 this Monday. It’s the latest mainline kernel so far, that features EEVDF scheduler, and per-policy CPUFreq performance boost control. For Intel, the new kernel added Intel Shadow Stack support to prevent ROP attacks; Initial PECI support for 4th Gen Xeon Scalable “Sapphire Rapids” platforms; And, initial support […]Read More
The Linux kernel 6.6 release is a big one with plenty of improvements across the board for various laptops, networking hardware, processors, and whatnot.
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Want to install the latest Linux Kernel 6.5? It’s there in your Ubuntu 22.04 system repository! Linux Kernel 6.5 was released a week ago with exciting new features, including initial USB4 v2, MIDI 2.0 support, much faster parallel direct I/O overwrite on EXT4, Acer Aspire 1 Arm laptop, Sony Xperia M4 Aqua phone, open-source driver […]Read More
Linus Torvalds announced the release of Kernel 6.5 this Sunday. He wrote: So nothing particularly odd or scary happened this last week, so thereis no excuse to delay the 6.5 release. I still have this nagging feeling that a lot of people are on vacation and that things have been quiet partly due to that. […]Read More
For those who want to install the latest Linux Kernel (6.4.x so far), there’s a new apt repository made for Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 22.04, and Debian 12 Bookworm. As you may know, Ubuntu has a mainline Kernel PPA that keeps building the latest Linux Kernel packages for testing purpose. You can download & install the […]Read More
Linux Kernel 6.4 was released a few days ago. Ubuntu users can now install it from Kernel Mainline PPA. Linux Kernel 6.4 features initial Apple M2 processors support, Realtek rtl8710bu/rtl8188gu, rtl8822bs, rtl8822cs and rtl8821cs WiFi hardware support, Turtle Beach and Qanba gaming controller support, and many Kye/Genius drawing tablets, such as EasyPen M406 / M506 […]Read More
Linus Torvalds announced the release of Linux Kernel 6.4 few days ago on Sunday. He wrote: Hmm. Final week of 6.4 is done, and we’ve mainly got some netfilter fixes, some mm reverts, and a few tracing updates. There’s random small changes elsewhere: the usual architecture noise, a number of selftest updates, some filesystem fixes […]Read More
Usually a Linux system boots with the latest installed kernel, which is set by default. It keeps maximum 3 recent versions of Linux Kernel boot entries. Let’s say you’ve done …Read More
Linux Kernel 6.2 was release this Sunday. Linus Torvalds announced it at lkml.org: So here we are, right on (the extended) schedule, with 6.2 out. Nothing unexpected happened last week, with just a random selection of small fixes spread all over, with nothing really standing out. The shortlog is tiny and appended below, you can […]Read More
Designed for enterprises from aerospace to retail, the real-time Ubuntu kernel promises to handle the most demanding and critical workloads.
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