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Linus Torvalds Upstages Linux 5.19 Kernel Release by Announcing It on Apple Silicon-Powered MacBook Air

Linus Torvalds uses Linux on a Mac now. What will happen to Linux on Intel? Linus Torvalds has announced the latest version of his Linux kernel, 5.19, but he might have upstaged his own release with how he announced it: from an Apple Silicon-powered Macbook Air laptop running Asahi Linux. What’s New in Linux 5.19? …

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Linux Kernel 5.19 Officially Released, Linus Torvalds Teases Linux 6.0 as Next Kernel Series - 9to5Linux

Linux Kernel 5.19 Officially Released, Linus Torvalds Teases Linux 6.0 as Next Kernel Series – 9to5Linux

Linus Torvalds announced today the release and general availability of the Linux 5.19 kernel series as a major branch that brings more new features, improved hardware support, and lots of bug and security fixes. After being in development for more than two months, Linux kernel 5.19 is finally here and introduces support for ZSTD-compressed firmware …

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SparkyLinux 2022.07 Arrives with Linux Kernel 5.18, New Packages, and Other Changes - 9to5Linux

SparkyLinux 2022.07 Arrives with Linux Kernel 5.18, New Packages, and Other Changes – 9to5Linux

The developers of the Debian-based SparkyLinux distribution announced today the release of SparkyLinux 2022.07 semi-rolling ISO images based on the Debian GNU/Linux Testing repositories. Powered by the latest Linux 5.18 kernel series and based on the Debian Testing repositories as of July 5th, 2022, the SparkyLinux 2022.07 release is here to provide those who want …

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Fedora Linux 36 Is Here with GNOME 42, Linux Kernel 5.17, and Wayland for NVIDIA Users - 9to5Linux

Fedora Linux 36 Is Here with GNOME 42, Linux Kernel 5.17, and Wayland for NVIDIA Users – 9to5Linux

The Fedora Project announced today the release and general availability of Fedora Linux 36 as the latest and greatest version of this free Red Hat Enterprise Linux-derived distribution for the masses. After six months of development, Fedora Linux 36 is here featuring the latest and greatest GNOME 42 desktop environment for its “Workstation” flagship edition …

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Ubuntu Security Update

Ubuntu Users Get Small Linux Kernel Security Update with Only Two Flaws Patched – 9to5Linux

Canonical today published a new Linux kernel security update for all supported Ubuntu releases to address two security vulnerabilities affecting all supported kernel versions and flavors. The new Linux kernel update comes just a few days after the previous Ubuntu major update one and only patches two flaws, namely CVE-2022-1055, a use-after-free vulnerability discovered in …

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Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Beta Released with GNOME 42 Desktop, Linux Kernel 5.15 LTS - 9to5Linux

Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Beta Released with GNOME 42 Desktop, Linux Kernel 5.15 LTS – 9to5Linux

Canonical today released the beta version of the upcoming Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) operating system series to give the community an early taste of the upcoming features and changes. With only three weeks before the final release, Ubuntu 22.04 LTS beta is here for early adopters and public beta testers who want to see …

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Linux Kernel 5.17 Released, With Major Security Fixes But Not Much Else

After a short delay, Linus Torvalds has announced the latest version of the Linux kernel, version 5.17, which adds major security enhancements. The latest version of the Linux kernel, 5.17, has been released with bug fixes to reassure users worried about Spectre attacks and improve hardware support, despite a short delay. The security changes and …

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