Google tells developers which kernel to use
Google is telling developers that with its new version of Android Oreo, they must meet certain requirements when choosing the Linux kernel they use.
Performance marginality problem fixed
After AMD confirmed the "performance marginality problem" for Ryzen Linux users, RMAs have been being issued and replacement Ryzen processors arriving for those affected. Now Phoronix has been able to confirm that the new Ryzen CPUs are now stable.
Lower class, too many operations at once
AMD has admitted that it has reports of segmentation faults from its Linux Ryzen customers.
Vole goes cross platform
Early adopters on the Windows Insider program will notice that Windows Subsystem for Linux is no longer marked as a beta feature as of Insider build 16251.
Apparently Linux desktop is more secure
In the wake of the WannaCrypt malware disaster there have been moves within the Linux community to try and use it to prove that this is the ideal reason to put Linux on the Desktop.
Getting Vulkan API support soon
According to Stardock, it appears that the developer is planning to release a Vulkan version of Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation in June.
Today is a big day for hand wringing and woe in the Linux world as Canonical admits that its Unity project was a waste of space and it gives up on its convergence plans for devices like phones and tablets.
40,000 lines of code changed
AMD has issued 100 Linux GPU patches for seven of its Vega 10 GPUs.
Linux Foundation warns
Companies who do not use open source software will eventually go tits-up according to a top open saucy type.
Apparently 2017 is the year of the Linux desktop
A decade after it first introduced its first pre-installed Linux computer, Dell claims it is more committed than ever to offering Linux-powered machines to users.