Debian Linux's mainline kernel has been ported bare-metal to the Apple M1 SoC, opening up the way for a Linux ecosystem replacing MacOS.
Canonical announced that its Ubuntu operating system now supports SiFive boards built on the RISC-V architecture.
Linux 5.13 Release Candidate 3 is set to revert and fix 37 patches contributed to the kernel by the banned University of Minnesota.
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The Linux Foundation Technical Advisory Board released info about its investigation into the University of Minnesota's code.
The Linux Foundation’s Technical Advisory Board has a list of demands for the banned University of Minnesota researchers.
Updating from previous versions of Ubuntu to 21.04 has been temporarily paused due to a bug which may see older machines fail to boot.
University of Minnesota researchers apologized to the Linux community for their recent work on "hypocrite commits."
Linus Torvalds has weighed in on the University of Minnesota being banned from contributing to the Linux kernel.
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The University of Minnesota has responded to its recent ban from contributing to the Linux kernel due to student research.
The University of Minnesota was banned from contributing to the Linux kernel after students intentionally added bugs.
A pull request for the Linux 5.13 kernel has added preliminary support for the first Macs that use Apple's custom M1 chip.
Getting rid of duplicate files can be a time-consuming task, but with Fdupes, you can locate and eliminate unnecessary files in Linux with just a simple command.
Stopping an unresponsive process in Linux can take several steps, but using fkill allows you to do it with one simple command.