Linux Kernel Mascot
- 10 Security Certifications To Boost Your Career
- I had to volunteer to be the mascot of the security team for over a year before I now get to play in their sandbox. I also volunteered for the veracode side of the .... The Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) subsystem in the Linux kernel through 4.
- Happy 24th birthday, Linux kernel
- There's some debate in the Linux community as to whether we should be celebrating Linux's birthday today or on October 5 when the first public release was made, but Linus says he is O.K. with you celebrating either one, or both!
- Ubuntu Linux 16.04 'Xenial Xerus' Alpha 1 available now
- I had to use a wired connection to get the wireless driver, and had to use bwcutter (or something like that) to get the Windows driver to run under Linux. It made me vow to never buy Broadcom wireless devices again, ever.
- Former Google engineer revs up a new Linux filesystem
- After a number of years of development, the Bcache File System (Bcachefs) "is more or less feature complete -- nothing critical should be missing," wrote project head Kent Overstreet, in an e-mail to the Linux Kernel Mailing List late Thursday.
- Major Linux Kernel 4.5 Update Released For Testing
- Linux mascot penguin Torvalds said the two-week period for merging new additions to the kernel had ended, and that the software is now ready be put through its paces. “The merge window is over, and RC1 is out there,” Torvalds wrote in a mailing list post.
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