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Exploring Linux Kernel 5.14

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In Linux news this month, Cara Nolte explores the latest Linux kernel version 5.14. Now in GA, it boasts features such as mainline support for Raspberry Pi 400, core scheduling and improvements to Intel and AMD graphics drivers. Cara also takes a look at the Debian 11 Bullseye release, Linux Mint’s fresh new look, Linux Lite 5.6 release, the upcoming Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and Predator-OS!

0:00​ Introduction
0:34​ Linux Kernel 5.14 GA
3:08 Debian Bullseye GA
4:24​ Linux Mint redesign
4:55 Linux Lite 5.6 release
5:58​ Ubuntu 22.04
6:22 Predator-OS

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The Linux 5.14 kernel is now GA, or generally available to the public!

Debian 11, also known as Bullseye, has been released!

Linux Mint is redesigning the look and feel of their Desktop environment.

Linux Lite 5.6 is now available!

Ubuntu 22.04 Long Term Support – estimated release April 21, 2022


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Linux is an ever-evolving technology, transforming from a simple kernel released in 1991 to 95% of servers in the world now running Linux in 2019. With an unstoppable growth and use on 90% of cloud infrastructures and 100% of supercomputers, Linux This Month is here to provide you with monthly updates from the global Linux community. Helping both the home and professional users stay up to date with the latest changes in Linux development, adoption, and industry changes.

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