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.
The first Arch Linux snapshot powered by the latest Linux 5.7 kernel series is now available for download. Arch Linux 2020.07.01 is also packed with all the updates released throughout June 2020.
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.
VirtualBox 6.1.10 is now available for download. This is a minor maintenance update that introduces initial support for the latest Linux 5.7 kernel series, as well as a few bug fixes.
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.
Linux Lite users are once again the first to be able to install the latest Linux 5.7 kernel series. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to do it if you’re in need of better hardware support.
The final release of the Linux kernel 5.7 series is here with a new and improved exFAT file system, a thermal-aware scheduler, a new BPF-based Linux Security Module, frequency invariant scheduler accounting for x86 CPUs, and many other goodies.
Two weeks after the release of the Linux 5.6 kernel series, Linus Torvalds kicks off the development cycle of the upcoming Linux 5.7 kernel series by releasing the first Release Candidate for public testing.