Posts Tagged ‘linux kernel’
Jon Masters covers the latest goings on in the Linux kernel community, as the development on the 3.15 kernel comes to a close and 3.16 work begins
Jon Masters looks back upon development in the Linux kernel community throughout 2013 and covers ongoing work toward the next releases of the Linux kernel
Jon Masters summarises the goings-on in the Linux kernel community as the 3.9 kernel was being prepared for release. Ongoing development brings with it security headaches, and kernel testing is improved by the Trinity ‘Fuzzer’
Jon Masters summarises the latest happenings in the Linux kernel community, including the closing of the development ‘merge window’ for the 3.8 kernel
Jon Masters summarises the latest goings-on in the Linux kernel community, including a look at the features being merged for the upcoming 3.7 release
Jon Masters examines the latest goings-on in the Linux kernel community – and the release of the 3.6 kernel, hot off the press
Linux Kernel 3.7 may still be in development, but that of course doesn’t mean development has halted on 3.6.y, with an updated version out now
Jon Masters summarizes the latest goings on in the Linux kernel community, including the release of the 3.5 kernel, and an unfortunately embarassing incident for Microsoft’s virtualization team.
After seven release candidates, the Linux kernel 3.3 has been declared stable. The major update to the kernel is the inclusion of Android support, however there are plenty of other new features.
Jon Masters shares his thoughts on what 2012 holds for Linux kernel development…
This month Jon Masters takes a break from looking at the very latest developments in the Linux kernel community, to bring two New Year special editions of his column. We start with a look back at 2011 with a look into the future to follow…
To help celebrate Linux User’s landmark 100th issue which goes on sale tomorrow, celebrated Linux Kernel contributor, Jon Masters, recounts some of the biggest developments in the Linux Kernel over the magazine’s last 100 issues…