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# # 8 (1911), based on # 8.1, is (finally) out: lists.centos.org/pipermail/cent…

There is also a release for armhfp:
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Side note: Regarding the long delay see https://t.co/rIqjUVuqhN "[…]should make […]rebuilding RHEL 8.2 go much more smoothly[…]"






5.4.7 now in the stable and fedora repos of my # # vanilla repositories for # 31 and 30: fedoraproject.org/wiki/Kernel_Va…

Side note: It's the first 5.4.x in the fedora f30 repos, as f30 will soon rebase to this version line (rebase was already committed to the VCS)



#CentOS #Linux 8.0.1905 Continuous Release (CR) Populated

"[…] We've populated CentOS Linux 8.0.1905 with content from the upcoming 8.1.1911 GA Release […] This includes only the GA content at this time (0-day updates are still pending). […]"

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"[…] working on final integration for [#Linux] #kernel 5.4. This version […] will arrive soon in #Fedora […] As a result, the Fedora kernel and QA teams have organized a test week from Monday, December 09, 2019 through Monday, December 16, 2019 […]"
Contribute at the Fedora Test Week for Kernel 5.4



5.5-rc1 is now available in the "mainline-wo-mergew" branch of my #Linux #Kernel vanilla repositories for #Fedora 30, 31, and 32/rawhide: #Linux">[url=https://fc.leemhuis.info/search?tag=Linux]Linux #Kernel 5.5-rc1 is out:

"[…] We've had a normal merge window […] Everything looks fairly regular […] The pipe rework patches are a small drop in the ocean, but ended up being the most painful part of the merge window […] Go out and test […]"

[url=https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/CAHk-=wiEJK=yo9vEhX_4b4ROvCqUA_rjK7g996h-5MbfOMeDrw@mail.gmail.com/]lore.kernel.org/lkml/CAHk-=wiE…

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I wanted to like it, but then in F31 I cannot build images, the fuse overlayfs processes don't die and have many gigabytes of memory on use until I kill them. It's also much slower than kernel overlayfs.



And now the first #Linux #kernel vanilly 5.5 git snapshot is heading towards the mainline branch of said #Fedora repos.

The mainline-wo-mergew will not get this, it'll stay on 5.4 until 5.5-rc1 is out (which will mark the end of the merge window).



#Linux 5.4 (released earlier today) is now available as RPM in the stable branches of my #Kernel vanilla repositories for #Fedora 31, 30 and 29: fedoraproject.org/wiki/Kernel_Va…

Side note: Linux 5.3.13 (released yesterday), is available in the fedora branches of those repositories.





oracle.... oracle.... the shit about patents right ?