US-based semiconductor design and manufacturing company, Texas Instruments (TI) (NASDAQ:TXN), revealed on Monday the unveiling of a new Sitara Linux software development kit (SDK), the first TI SDK based on a high-quality, stable Mainline Linux kernel
We worked closely with Intel and the Linux NFC project to improve this core component of the Linux kernel
, which will help encourage the development of NFC-enabled devices and improve NFC interoperability among them, said Loic Hamon, vice president of product management for the NFC Division at INSIDE Secure.
The Ceph Distributed Storage System has been included in the mainline Linux kernel
for several years.
The latest version of the Linux kernel
was supposed to have been released about a week ago but at the time another release candidate was needed to fix issues related to networking, memory management and drivers.
The Linux kernel
has been in development 20 years now, more than half of which has been as Linux kernel
Bovet, coauthor of the latest O'Reilly release 'Understanding the Linux Kernel
The Linux Kernel
Archive has built a hierarchy of mirror servers around the world to cope with the expected surge of demand for this update.
the leader in embedded Linux[R] commercialization, ranks in the top 15 contributors to the Linux kernel
, alongside more than 5,000 other community supporters including Red Hat, IBM and Novell, as reported by the Linux Foundation in its recent report, Linux Kernel
The "zero downtime" capabilities provided by Ksplice will bolster Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Linux kernel
and become a standard feature in its Linux Premier Support offering.
x series of Linux kernels
has been around for 15 years now, and recently the OS has hit its 20th anniversary, a new version for a new decade sounds as reasonable a reason as any, especially since the Linux kernel
is now released on a time-based release schedule rather than a feature-based release approach.
Experts say Microsoft's submission of virtualization driver source code to the Linux kernel
marks a watershed event in the vendor's understanding of open source's future.
Kroah-Hartman is an experienced Linux kernel
developer who maintains several kernel subsystems.