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Linus Torvalds Says Rust For The Kernel Could Possibly Be Merged For Linux 5.20

Speaking this week at the Linux Foundation’s Open-Source Summit, Linus Torvalds talked up the possibilities of Rust within the Linux kernel and that it could be landing quite soon — possibly even for the next kernel cycle. From a report:… Continue Reading →

Linus Torvalds: After 30 Years, Linux is Not a Dead Project

At the Open Source Summit event today, Torvalds discussed the state of Linux, in a fireside chat with his longtime friend Dirk Hohndel, who currently is the chief open-source officer at the Cardano Foundation. The conversation ranged from the state… Continue Reading →

Linux Kernel 5.16 Reaches End of Life, Users Urged to Upgrade to Linux Kernel 5.17

Released a little over three months ago, Linux kernel 5.16 brought features like Collabora’s futex_waitv() kernel system call that boosts your gaming experience when playing both native Linux games and Windows games via Wine, updated Zstd (Zstandard) compression, a new… Continue Reading →

Linux has been bitten by its most high-severity vulnerability in years

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) Linux has yet another high-severity vulnerability that makes it easy for untrusted users to execute code capable of carrying out a host of malicious actions including installing backdoors, creating unauthorized user accounts, and modifying scripts or… Continue Reading →

Linus Torvalds Prepares to Move the Linux Kernel to Modern C

The Linux kernel’s foundation is the ancient C89 standard of C. Now, Torvalds has decided to upgrade to 2011’s more modern C11 standard. The post Linus Torvalds Prepares to Move the Linux Kernel to Modern C appeared first on Linux… Continue Reading →

How to Convert PDF Files to EPUB Format Using Calibre in Linux

In this quick tutorial, learn how to convert PDF files to EPUB format using the Calibre software suite in Linux. The post How to Convert PDF Files to EPUB Format Using Calibre in Linux appeared first on Linux Today.  … Continue Reading →

Oracle Linux is now available for WSL in the Microsoft Store

There are a number of Linux distros for WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) available to download from the Microsoft Store. Big names on offer include Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, SUSE and openSUSE. Now one more has arrived — Oracle Linux. Sneaking… Continue Reading →

Linux crontab Tutorial with Examples

Regardless of your current level of knowledge, this article offers a Linux crontab tutorial with examples. Learn more here. The post Linux crontab Tutorial with Examples appeared first on Linux Today.    Read the original story

Linux Kernel 5.17 RC1 Unveils New Features and Hardware Support

Linux Kernel 5.17 RC1 (release candidate 1) is now available for download and testing. Learn more about it here. The post Linux Kernel 5.17 RC1 Unveils New Features and Hardware Support appeared first on Linux Today.    Read the original… Continue Reading →

Scribus 1.5.8 Powerful Desktop Publishing App Brings More Improvements

Scribus 1.5.8 is the latest release of a powerful program that brings professional page layout management to Linux. Learn more about the new release here. The post Scribus 1.5.8 Powerful Desktop Publishing App Brings More Improvements appeared first on Linux… Continue Reading →

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