Linux Kernel 4.19 has been released. It’s a long-term support release. The release announcement also brings the news of Linus Torvalds’ return and tries to clarify the recent controversy over the Linux code of conduct.
Linus Torvalds reveals the silly reason about why there will be a Linux Kernel 5 hopefully in the summer of 2018. He also discusses the need for new Linux Kernel maintainers.
A guide that demonstrates managing and upgrading Linux Kernel in true Debian style.
How to upgrade to latest Linux kernel in Ubuntu? Here is an easy to use GUI tool for Kernel upgrade in Ubuntu and Linux Mint.
If you recently upgraded your Ubuntu system and ended up with Kernel 184.108.40.206, you might have a broken system. At the login when you enter your password, it won’t boot into the system rather it just shows the Ubuntu wallpaper. No unity, no launcher, nothing. Something like this: If you are frustrated for not able […]