LinuxPlanet: After eight release candidates, Linux 4.2 is now available, marking one of the longer development cycles in the last few years.
Linux 4.2 Released Improving Cryptography Options
After eight release candidates, Linux 4.2 is now available, marking one of the longer development cycles in the last few years. The longer cycle was likely only the result of an abundance of caution on Linus Torvalds' part and some travel (Linuxcon) too.
Linux 4.2 releasedMyBroadband
GNU Linux-libre Kernel 4.2 Officially Released with AMDGPU Support, MoreSoftpedia News
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LinuxInsider: While it's "substantially simpler" to stand up an OpenStack implementation today than it was two to three years ago, it's still far from a turnkey, click-through exercise
NVIDIA reveals GPUs for blade servers, Linux desktop support
Another addition is support for Linux desktops. That gesture, coming as it does on top of Citrix and VMware each announcing their support for penguin-powered virtual PCs, means this really does look to be the year of Linux on the (virtual) desktop.
Nvidia Grid 2.0 Virtualization Platform With Blade Server, Linux SupportTom's Hardware
NVIDIA Grid 2.0 with Linux support unleashed by the American ChipmakerMyTechBits
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MakeTechEasier: There is a common myth that Linux disks never need defragmentation at all.
Obsidian on what's next for Pillars of Eternity: 'We own something now'
"I don't think it was worthwhile developing for Linux," Brandon Adler, lead producer said in response to questions the team had gathered from Twitter before the show. "They are a very, very small portion of our active user base—I think around one and ...
Linux Kernel 4.2 Officially Released, Merge Window for Linux Kernel 4.3 Now Open
After eight Release Candidate builds, just a few minutes ago, Linus Torvalds had announced the release and immediate availability for download of the final version of Linux kernel 4.2. We remind you that Linux kernel 4.2 is one of the biggest kernels ...
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