The first Release Candidate of the upcoming Linux 5.11 kernel series is out and ready for public testing, as announced by Linus Torvalds. Go out and test!
The Linux 5.9 kernel series has reached end of life and it will no longer receive updates and security fixes. All users are urged to upgrade to Linux kernel 5.10 LTS as soon as possible!
Collabora’s contributions to Linux kernel 5.10 LTS include support for Mali Bifrost GPUs in the Panfrost driver, more love for Rockchip media driver, improvements to the Cedrus open-source driver, and much more.
GNU Linux-Libre 5.10 kernel is now available for download. This release is based on Linux kernel 5.10 LTS and disables any proprietary code to offer those who seek 100% freedom for their personal computers a 100% free kernel.
Linux 5.10 LTS kernel series launches officially as a long-term supported branch with numerous new features and improvements. Here’s what’s new!
The Linux kernel 5.8 series has reached end of life and it will no longer be supported. All users are urged to upgrade to the Linux 5.9 kernel series as soon as possible.
Linux kernel 5.10 is the next LTS (Long Term Support) series of the Linux kernel, supported with maintenance updates for at least two years, until December 2022.
Development on the upcoming Linux 5.9 kernel series was kicked off by Linus Torvalds and the first Release Candidate (RC) is now available for public testing. The final release is expected near the Christmas holidays.
Linux kernel 5.9 gets first point release, marking the series as “stable” on the kernel.org website and also making it ready for mass adoption. Download Linux kernel 5.9.1 now!
GNU Linux-Libre 5.9 kernel is now available for download. This release is based on the upstream Linux 5.9 kernel but without any propritary code or drivers, which makes it ideal for those who want to build 100% free PCs.
Linux kernel 5.9 has been officially released and it’s now available for download. This release includes various improvements and new features, and will be coming soon to a GNU/Linux distribution near you.
The Linux kernel 5.7 series has reached end of life and it will no longer be supported. All users are urged to upgrade to the Linux 5.8 kernel series as soon as possible.
Development on the upcoming Linux 5.9 kernel series has kicked off and the first Release Candidate (RC) is now available for public testing. The final release is expected in October 2020.
Linux kernel 5.8.1 was released today as the first point release in the Linux kernel 5.8 series, marking it as ready for mass deployment.
The GNU Linux-Libre 5.8 kernel is now available for download. It’s based on the latest Linux 5.8 kernel series but without shipping any proprietary code, thus ideal for those seeking 100% freedom for their personal computers.
The Linux 5.8 kernel series was officially announced by Linus Torvalds. This is a major release that will soon be available on your favorite GNU/Linux distribution.
The Linux kernel 5.6 series is now marked as EOL (End-of-Life) on the kernel.org website. All users are urged to update their GNU/Linux distributions to the latest Linux kernel 5.7 series as soon as possible.
Linus Torvalds has kicked off the development cycle of the upcoming Linux kernel 5.8, which he dubbed it as one of the “biggest releases of all time”. The first Release Candidate is now ready for public testing.
The latest Linux kernel 5.7 series received its first point release. This marks it as ‘stable’ on the kernel.org website, which means that it is now ready for mass adoption among GNU/Linux distributions.
The GNU Linux-Libre 5.7 kernel is now available for download for anyone who seeks 100% freedom for their PCs. This release adds deblobbing of several drivers and various other adjustments to offer you a 100% free Linux 5.7 kernel.