Goodbye Linux 2.6, Hello Linux 3.0

It's not every week a new major kernel version is released. This past week, the Linux Planet witnessed the Linux 3.0 release, the first major since the 2.6 kernel came out in 2003. It's a number change that has more to do with history than technology, but it is a significant milestone nonetheless. The Linux kernel wasn't the only part of the Linux ecosystem with updates this week: Oracle, Red Hat and SUSE all pushed out new releases as well. Read More

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