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Kernel (operating system) – Wikipedia

The kernel is a computer program that is the core of a computer’s operating system, with complete control over everything in the system. On most systems, it is one of …

Functions · Kernel design decisions · Kernel-wide design approaches · History of kernel development

Linux kernel – Wikipedia

The kernel version was changed only when major changes in the code and the concept of the kernel occurred, twice in the history of the kernel: in 1994 (version 1.0) and in 1996 (version 2.0). Version 3.0 was released in 2011, but it was not a major change in kernel concept.

Developer: Linus Torvalds and thousands of collaborators

Kernel – definition of kernel by The Free Dictionary

Define kernel. kernel synonyms, kernel pronunciation, kernel translation, English dictionary definition of kernel. n. 1. A grain or seed, as of a cereal grass, enclosed in a husk. 2. The usually edible seed inside the hard covering of a nut or fruit stone. 3. a.

Linux kernel – Official Site

This site is operated by the Linux Kernel Organization, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, with support from the following sponsors.

Linux_3.1 – Linux Kernel Newbies

1. Prominent features in the 3.1 kernel. 1.1. New architecture: OpenRISC. OpenRISC is an Open Source CPU from the OpenCores project that brings to the world of hardware all the same advantages that Open Source software has known for so long.

Kernel – Official Site

At Kernel, our primary aim is to develop technologies to radically improve and expand human cognition. OUR STORY We are a team of neuroscientists and engineers who are driven by the belief that exploring the brain is the most urgent and important challenge of this century.

Kernel – ArchWiki

ZEN Kernel — Result of a collaborative effort of kernel hackers to provide the best Linux kernel possible for everyday systems. Some more details can be found on (which provides kernel binaries based on ZEN for Debian).

Linux_4.1 – Linux Kernel Newbies

To use this feature, you need e2fsprogs version 1.43, the keyutils software. A small howto can be found here. For details about the internal design of this feature, see here. Recommended LWN article: Ext4 encryption. Code: 1.2. Experimental cluster support for MD. This release adds clustering support for MD (Linux software RAID).

Kernel – Fedora Project Wiki

Jun 19, 2018 · Each upstream major kernel release has a maintainer that follows the release through from merge window until it is no longer in a supported Fedora release. The field above shows which kernel releases match up with current Fedora releases, and who is maintaining that particular kernel.

[KERNEL][5.1.1][TW][N910C/H/U]Suemax-kernel-… | Samsung

Oct 10, 2015 · Suemax-kernel for N910C/H and N910U CAUTION: I’m Not Responsible for any kind of Damage to your devise or Hard or Soft brick and even any damaged MicroSD-cards And now your devise warranty is Void and knox trip 0x1. Note Read Carefully Before Flashing my kernel : 1) Keep the thread clean and try to research before e.g Google or wiki Before posting any further queries.

The Linux Kernel Archives – FAQ

Linux kernel is released under GNU GPL version 2 and is therefore Free Software as defined by the Free Software Foundation. You may read the entire copy of the license in the COPYING file distributed with each release of the Linux kernel.

Windows kernel update for CVE-2018-1038

Apr 05, 2018 · This update addresses an elevation of privilege vulnerability in the Windows kernel in the 64-Bit (x64) version of Windows. This vulnerability is documented in CVE-2018-1038. Users must apply this update to be fully protected against this vulnerability if their computers were updated on or after January 2018 by applying any of the following updates.

Module: Kernel (Ruby 2.5.0)

The Kernel module is included by class Object, so its methods are available in every Ruby object. The Kernel instance methods are documented in class Object while the module methods are documented here. These methods are called without a receiver and thus can be called in functional form: sprintf «%.1f», 1.234 #=> «1.2»