5.7.7, to be precise, which is now also prepared for #Fedora 32.
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42rhfc/status/1277630119364956160]#Fedora 32 will get #Linux #kernel 5.7.6 (or something newer) soon.
The rebase to 5.7.6 was committed (src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/kernel/c/… ) and rpms are building currently. Those will head to updates-testing for a few days before they or even newer pkgs get shipped as regular update.
HPC workload... [/bookmark]
podcast this past week. I talk about my Origin story and other things in the world of security and containers. Plus you get to see where I am working now in Maine. :^)
@redhat @ibm @openshift [/bookmark]
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/fedora/status/1274037542644572160]Even if you've never contributed to #opensource before, you can help test the latest #kernel in #Fedora at the Test Week starting June 22. Learn how in this Magazine article: fedoramagazine.org/contribute-at-… #community #linux [/bookmark]
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42rhfc/status/1272467432981086208]@fedora once again is doing something all end-user oriented #Linux distros IMHO should do: ship updated drivers to the latest release regularly.
In this case Mesa 20.1 with all its enhancements and improved #OpenGL and #Vulkan 3d drivers is heading to F32 bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA…
It's in the 'mainline' and 'mainline-wo-mergew' branches. The 'stable' branch has 5.7.2; the 'fedora' branch has 5.6.18 (as F31 and F32 still use 5.6.x)
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/kernellogger/status/1272371460133265409]#Linux #Kernel 5.8-rc1 is out:
"[…] 5.8 looks to be one of our biggest releases of all time […] As of -rc1, it's right up there with v4.9 […] And there are other kernel releases that have had more new lines […] IOW, 5.8 looks big. Really big. […]"
Fedora 32 was 25% more battery efficient than Ubuntu 19.10 on the same laptop, watching full-brightness full-screen 1080p video in Firefox. [/bookmark]