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Ubuntu 23.10 “Mantic Minotaur” Now...

The upcoming Ubuntu release, Ubuntu 23.10, began its development in late April and was initially powered by Linux kernel 6.2. As we all know, Linux kernel 6.2 is no longer...

New GNU Linux-libre 6.4 Kernel...

The new release of the GNU Linux-libre 6.4 kernel has been made available by the GNU Linux-libre project. This latest version caters to individuals seeking absolute freedom for their GNU/Linux...

Linux Kernel 6.4 Finally Released:...

As we know, Linux Kernel 6.4 has been released last week on June 25, 2023. This latest version arrived almost two months after the previous release, Linux kernel 6.3. This...

Kernel Patching: Minimizing Downtime in...

Your company’s vital business operations depend largely on the dependability and accessibility of your IT infrastructure. Amid this expansive structure, the kernel stands as the beating heart of your system,...

Recent Linux Kernel Security...

Several security vulnerabilities have been found in the Linux kernel from medium to high severity scores. This article examines various discovered vulnerabilities and explores the effectiveness of live kernel patching...

Debian 12 “Bookworm”: The Best...

The Debian Project has announced the highly anticipated release of Debian 12 “Bookworm”, a significant milestone packed with a multitude of new features, updated components, and numerous improvements. The latest...

New Arch Linux ISO Released...

Arch Linux is based on a rolling-release model. It includes numerous advanced features that cater to the needs of GNU/Linux users, such as the systemd init system, modern file systems,...

New Security Vulnerabilities Discovered in...

The Linux kernel has a number of newly discovered security vulnerabilities that can be used to escalate local privileges or crash the system. These vulnerabilities have the potential to have...

Linux Kernel 6.2 is Now...

Linux Kernel 6.2 is now EOL (End of Life) as displayed on kernel.org, which means it will no longer receive bug and security fixes. Released on February 19, 2023, Linux...

Ubuntu 18.04: End of Life...

As the sun sets on Ubuntu 18.04’s standard support, you must take quick action to avoid vulnerability exposure and potential risks. However, it’s crucial not to rush your migration process...

New Ubuntu Kernel Updates Patch...

Canonical released new Ubuntu kernel updates to patch two security vulnerabilities that allow an attacker to escalate their privileges on the system. The security updates are available for Ubuntu 22.10...

GNU Linux-Libre 6.3 Kernel...

GNU Linux-Libre 6.3 kernel is now publicly available, allowing users to have 100% freedom for their Linux systems. Linux 6.3 introduced several new wireless drivers, including ath12k, which supports Qualcomm...

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