Tagged: Linux Kernel

The Linux Kernel is today probably the most well-known software under the world Kernel, created by Linus Torvalds in 1991.

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Raspberry PI: credit-card sized computing

The Raspberry PI is a credit card-sized computer boasting low-power consumption and great capabilities. With its simplicity and low price it has created a new type of “computers” and accelerated the Internet of Things.

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Linux: the story of a kernel old 25 years

Linux is clearly the most successful project in the open source history. This year, the world’s most known kernel turns 25, marking the quarter of century for this incredible project.

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What is a Virtual Machine?

One of the biggest revolutions in the IT industry was Virtual Machines. The capability of using a machine to host different operating systems (and consequently parallelize workloads) opened a whole new world. But what is a...

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Linux 4.3 changes

Linux 4.3 might not be as exciting as the 4.2 release, however it packs many changes that will ease the life of new hardware.

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Linux 4.2 will enable you to update your firmware

After the jump from 3.19 to 4.0 this year, after the not-so-exciting 4.1 version that introduced EXT4 encryption thanks to Google, the penguin is approaching version 4.2. With that said, this release might be closer than...

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Linux 4.0 is nigh! Or not?

Linus Torvalds, father of Linux Kernel and benevolent dictator for life of its son, is pondering the new release number for Linux. Will it be 3.20 or 4.0?