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"flaw dates back to version 3.10.1 of the #Linux #kernel released in 2013."
 
#libinput 's bus factor is 1 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Who-t/~3/YGXTGznMzEc/libinputs-bus-factor-is-1.html #redhat #linux #kernel
 
New "FUSE2" Kernel Driver Being Experimented With For File-Systems In User-Space
http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/129331 #fuse #fuse2 #linux #kernel #storage
 
More sponsored keynotes and tweets — like more sponsored articles (or “media partners”) — aren’t what the @LinuxFoundation really needs http://techrights.org/2019/10/14/linux-foundation-board-meeting/ #linux #kernel
 
More sponsored keynotes and tweets — like more sponsored articles (or “media partners”) — aren’t what the @LinuxFoundation really needs http://techrights.org/2019/10/14/linux-foundation-board-meeting/ #linux #kernel
 
#Linux #kernel 5.4-rc3 is out

"[…] Things continue to look fairly normal […] people are starting to find more regressions, but 5.4 so far remains on the smaller side of recent releases. […]"

lore.kernel.org/lkml/CAHk-=wjO…


#Linux
 
Bonus points: #condenast is the publisher that caused #torvalds to leave #linux #kernel development last year.
 
#VIRTME Revised For Virtualized #Linux #Kernel Testing
https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=VIRTME-Linux-Kernel-Testing-0.1
 
The non-Linux-using #LinuxFoundation and how it views the Linux project http://techrights.org/2019/10/11/linux-just-a-brand/ #kernel
 
#Linux #Kernel
 
#Linux, the #kernel , continues its trajectory or the route towards becoming Open Source Proprietary Software (OSPS)
 
I liked it better when the "k" wars were over #kde and #kernel rather than this #kubernetes nonsense which is totally owned and controlled by few large companies, like #systemd is
 
Introducing #CollapseOS , a z80 #kernel that can be designed with “scavenged parts and program microcontrollers”
https://hub.packtpub.com/introducing-collapse-os-a-z80-kernel-that-can-be-designed-with-scavenged-parts-and-program-microcontrollers/ #gpl
Introducing Collapse OS, a z80 kernel that can be designed with “scavenged parts and program microcontrollers”
 
Introducing #CollapseOS , a z80 #kernel that can be designed with “scavenged parts and program microcontrollers”
https://hub.packtpub.com/introducing-collapse-os-a-z80-kernel-that-can-be-designed-with-scavenged-parts-and-program-microcontrollers/ #gpl
Introducing Collapse OS, a z80 kernel that can be designed with “scavenged parts and program microcontrollers”
 
Lynx expands #NXP processor support for its #LynxSecure Separation #linux #Kernel #Hypervisor
Lynx expands NXP processor support for its LynxSecure Separation Kernel Hypervisor
 
#Linux #kernel 5.3.5, 5.2.20, 4.19.78, 4.14.148, 4.9.196, and 4.4.196 are out now.

As usual, users should upgrade, as those new #kernel besides small improvements contain a bunch of fixes – some of which might be crucial for your systems and their security.


#Linux
 
Maybe the successor to Torvalds is not Greg G-H but LP, whom #IBM has been 'grooming' under #RedHat umbrella for a decade

#systemd #kernel #kdbus
 
Confirmed by Nils Torvalds: #NSA Asked Linus Torvalds for Back Doors in Linux, Torvalds Did Not Tell Us http://techrights.org/2013/11/17/nils-torvalds-on-back-doors/ #linux #kernel
 
#Linux #Kernel 5.4 to Have Kernel #Lockdown
 
#Linux #kernel 5.4-rc2 is out

"[…] Nothing particularly stands out here. […] So nothing looks particularly worrisome […]
Anyway, nothing for it but to go out and test, people. Go at it! […]"

lore.kernel.org/lkml/CAHk-=wiN…


#Linux
 
#USB 4.0 support patches for the #Linux #kernel issued with 40 Gbps transfer rate
https://optocrypto.com/usb-4-0-support-patches-for-the-linux-kernel-issued-with-40-gbps-transfer-rate/ http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/128767
USB 4.0 support patches for the Linux kernel issued with 40 Gbps transfer rate
 
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