All posts tagged "Kernel"
Linux 4.3-rc1 released
Linus Torvalds has closed the merge window for Linux 4.3 by releasing Linux 4.3-rc1 a day earlier than...
Microsoft to bump Windows 10 kernel version to 10.0; asks devs to start updating
Microsoft has confirmed that it will bump Windows 10 kernel version to 10.0 instead of the currently assigned...
Linux 3.18-rc1 released one week early
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 3.18-rc1 in two weeks post Linux 3.17 release instead of previously announced three...
Linux 3.18-rc4 is ‘pretty calm and small’
Torvalds continues his Sunday rc release cycle
Linux 3.17-rc2 released on Linux’s 23rd anniversary
The Kernel guru deviated from the standard Sunday release cycle for sentimental reasons.
Linux 3.17-rc1 released
The latest kernel seems to be smaller compared to its predecessors and doesn’t contain huge architecture changes.
Linux 3.16 final released; Linux 3.17 merge window timing ‘sucks’
Linux Kernel Summit, LinuxCon and other Linux Foundation events may force Torvalds to extend the Linux 3.17 merge...
Linux 3.16-rc7 released; final may be tagged next week
After a rather bumpy week, things have calmed down to a great extent and if things remain this...
Linus Torvalds: “GCC 4.9.0 seems to be terminally broken”
Torvalds believes that the compiler shouldn’t have been allowed to ‘graduate from kindergarten’.
Torvalds releases Linux 3.16-rc6; warns that he may get grumpy if things don’t calm down
The latest release candidate is bigger than its predecessor and Torvalds is none too pleased.