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Solus Announces Transition Away From Snap

Solus drops AppArmor patches in Linux kernel 6.9 and phase out Snap support by 2025, shifting focus to Flatpak for software installs.
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First Arch Linux ISO Release Powered by Linux 6.9 Is Now Available for Download

Arch Linux 2024.06.01 is now available for download as Arch Linux’s ISO release for June 2024 powered by Linux kernel 6.9 and featuring an improved installation experience.
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You Can Now Install Linux Kernel 6.9 on Ubuntu 24.04 LTS, Here’s How

You can now install the latest and greatest Linux 6.9 kernel series on your Ubuntu 24.04 LTS distribution. Here’s how to do it!
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Manjaro 24.0: Plasma 6, GNOME 46, LXQt 2.0, and More

Manjaro 24.0 Wynsdey: Now with Plasma 6, Gnome 46, and LxQT 2.0. Over 8K updates, including Linux 6.9 Kernel. Here’s more on that!
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Manjaro Linux 24.0 “Wynsdey” Officially Released with Linux Kernel 6.9

Manjaro Linux 24.0 is now available for download powered by Linux kernel 6.9 and featuring KDE Plasma 6, GNOME 46, and Xfce 4.18 flavors. Here’s what else is new!
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GNU Linux-Libre 6.9 Kernel Released for Software Freedom Lovers

Based on the just-released Linux 6.9 kernel series, the GNU Linux-libre 6.9 kernel is here to clean up a new Renesas FemtoClock3 Wireless as PTP clock (ptp_fc3) driver, update the cleaning up of the AMDGPU, ath12k, Adreno, btusb, and r8169 drivers.
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Linux Kernel 6.9 Officially Released, This Is What’s New

Highlights of Linux kernel 6.9 include Rust support on AArch64 (ARM64) architectures, support for the Intel FRED (Flexible Return and Event Delivery) mechanism for improved low-level event delivery, support for AMD SNP (Secure Nested Paging) guests, and a new dm-vdo (virtual data optimizer) target in device mapper for inline deduplication, compression, zero-block elimination, and thin […]

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GNU Linux-Libre 6.9 Kernel Released for Software Freedom Lovers

GNU Linux-Libre 6.9 kernel is now available for download. This release is based on Linux kernel 6.9 and it’s targeted at those who seek 100% freedom for their personal computers.
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Linux Kernel 6.9 Officially Released, This Is What’s New

Linux kernel 6.9 is now available for download with new features, better hardware support, networking enhancements, and much more.
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The Journey of Linux’s ext2 Filesystem Comes to an End

The 30-year-old ext2 filesystem is marked as deprecated in the upcoming Linux kernel 6.9 for lacking dates support beyond 2038.
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Linus Torvalds Announces the First Linux Kernel 6.9 Release Candidate

The development of the Linux kernel continues with Linux 6.9 as the next major kernel series, and Linus Torvalds announced today the availability of the first Release Candidate (RC) milestone for public testing.
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Linus Torvalds Announces the First Linux Kernel 6.9 Release Candidate

Linus Torvalds announced the general availability of the first Release Candidate version of the upcoming Linux 6.9 kernel series for public testing.
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