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Kernel 4.2.8 CKT8 Has Been Released

As you may know, Kernel 4.2.8 was the latest release in the Kernel 4.2 series, but Canonical picked up the development and continues to maintain and update the kernel, under the Kernel 4.2.8 CKT X name. The latest version available

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UbuntuBSD 15.10 Beta 5 Has Been Released

As we have previously written, UbuntuBSD is an Ubuntu fork that replaced the GNU/Linux Kernel with the GNU/kFreeBSD Kernel. A few days ago, UbuntuBSD 15.10 Beta 5 has been released, bringing important bug-fixes, under the hood improvements, made XFE the

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Arch Linux Now Uses Kernel 4.5

As you may know, Arch Linux is among the most popular rolling release Linux systems. On April 14, Arch has received a major kernel upgrade, replacing Kernel 4.4.5 with Kernel 4.5, which has been added to the Testing repositories some

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UbuntuBSD 15.10 Beta 3 Has Been Released

As we have previously written, UbuntuBSD is an Ubuntu fork that replaced the GNU/Linux Kernel with the GNU/kFreeBSD Kernel. A few days ago, UbuntuBSD 15.10 Beta 3 has been released, fixing an LightDM bug and brought support for Virtual Text

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Kernel 3.19.8 CKT17 Is Now Available For Free Download

As you may know, Kernel 3.19 has reached EOL (end of life), but because it is used by default on Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet, the development has been adopted by Canonical. Recently, Kernel 3.19.8 CKT17 has been released, bringing bug-fixes

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Kernel 4.1.20 Has Been Released

Greg Kroah-Hartman has released Kernel 4.1.20 LTS, bringing updates, enhancements and optimizations. Also worth mentioning: Starting with Kernel 4.0 the long awaited Life Patching feature has been implemented, permitting the users to update the kernel without having to reboot the

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How To Install Kernel 4.4.4 on CentOS 7, Via Repository

Kernel 4.4.3 has been released, bringing updated drivers and filesystem enhancements. Also worth mentioning: Starting with Kernel 4.0 the long awaited Life Patching feature has been implemented, permitting the users to update the kernel without having to reboot the system.

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Kernel 3.18.27 LTS Brings Fixes

As a reminder, Kernel 3.18 is a LTS (long term release) version and gets constantly updated, receiving security patches and stability enhancements. Kernel 3.18.27 LTS has been recently released, bringing fixes only. Installation instructions: Compiling a Linux kernel is a

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How To Install Kernel 4.3.6 on Ubuntu

Kernel 4.3.6 has been released, bringing driver updates, filesystem changes and various code optimizations and cleanups. Installation instructions: Compiling a Linux kernel is a little difficult and takes some time, but the Ubuntu (and derivative) users do not have to

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Solus OS 1.0 Will Be Using Kernel 4.3 And The Latest Budgie Builds

As you may know, Solus OS is a beautiful operating system developed by Ikey Doherty. It is built from scratch, so it does not use Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE or others systems as code-base, using Budgie as the default operating

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