»The Linux From Scratch community announces the release of LFS Version 11.0. The reason for the major release number increment is that this version no longer uses the "split-user" system. That is, like most current distributions, /bin is a symbolic link to /usr/bin. Likewise, /lib and /sbin are both symbolic links to their /usr counterparts. «
»Some of you have noticed the past few weeks and months that
a serious attempt to bring a second language to the kernel was
being forged. We are finally here, with an RFC that adds support
for Rust to the Linux kernel.«
Linux 5.10 is released. It is an LTS release and will receive support over the next 5 years. Amongst the many updates and fixes are the performance tuning of Btrfs and EXT, better RISC-V support, and enhancements for BPF programs.
After 25 months of development the Debian project is proud to present its new stable version 10 (code name "buster"), which will be supported for the next 5 years thanks to the combined work of the Debian Security team and of the Debian Long Term Support team.