The Linux kernel 3.18.2 is now available to download and install. Updating kernel is very important to increase stability, speed, and security. Each kernel fixes bugs and add new features.
Install latest Kernel 3.18.1 in Ubuntu 14.04/14.10/Linux Mint or in other Debian/Ubuntu based distributions. The latest kernel includes Bug fixes, new features, stability and most importantly more secure than the previous kernel installed in your Linux distribution. Read complete article How to Install/upgrade Linux kernel to 13.18.1
Recently in December Linux Kernel version 3.18.1 has been released and announced by Linus Torvalds. If you are using Ubuntu 14.04/14.10 or Linux Mint or any other debian/Ubuntu based then you can update to the latest kernel 3.18.1 to fix bugs, increase performance and security of the system.
Fedora 21 has just been released, featuring the latest stable GNOME 3.14 along with other interesting changes.
In this article, we are going to see how to upgrade to kernel 3.16 under Ubuntu and all its derivatives using some terminal commands that will download official kernel files from the Ubuntu server. This version is a maintenance release of Linux Kernel 3.16 series, which include these updates.
Linux is based on Unix concept. Linux is a multi-user OS. It is based on the Unix concept of filership and permissions to provide security, at the file system level. As a basic learner of Linux one must understand the ownership and permissions of files. It will improve the security of files Continue Reading
Here we continue with the series on Linux Basics. This article is the final article on our very important series. The series contains the three most important basics to learn Linux and here is the fourth one that every newbie should read and understand.
Linux Mint 17.1 “Rebecca” has been released and is available as usual in two main editions: MATE and Cinnamon. Let’s take a look at what’s new! Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca is a long term support release, based on Ubuntu 14.04 (just like Linux Mint 17), which will be supported until 2019.
This article is not one of the series of articles on the basics of Linux. In this guide, we will go over some of the basic concepts involved in cloud hosting, including how virtualization works, the components in a virtual environment, and comparisons with other common hosting methods.
This article teaches Linux basics to get new users on their feet, covers getting started with the terminal, the Linux command line, and executing commands. If you are new to Linux, you will want to familiarize yourself with the terminal, as it is the standard way to interact with a Continue Reading