Linux 5.10 LTS is here as a significant kernel update

Linus Torvalds has official announced the availability of version 5.10 of the Linux kernel. This release is significant not only because of the number of new features and fixes it includes, but also because it is a Long-Term Support (LTS) release that will enjoy five years of maintenance. In his release notes for Linux 5.10, Torvalds also calls upon developers working on version 5.11 to submit changes in plenty of time for Christmas. See also: Developers manage to run Windows 10 and Linux on M1 Macs Mageia 8 Beta 2 Linux distro now available with KDE Plasma, GNOME, and Xfce… [Continue Reading]

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