Category: Linux

Microsoft CBL-Mariner

Microsoft released its own Linux distribution CBL-Mariner

Recently, Microsoft quietly put its Linux distribution CBL-Mariner on GitHub, which is a product developed by the Windows Subsystem Linux 2 team, mainly used for servers rather than desktops, to build its cloud infrastructure...

Linux Kernel 4.20

Linux 5.14 will support the creation of secret memory areas

Following Linux 5.13, Linux 5.14 will also support the creation of secret memory areas. This function is implemented by memfd_secret(). memfd_secret() is a specialized system call, not an extension of memfd_create(), its purpose is...

Linux Kernel 4.20

Linux 5.14 will support Hyper-V DRM display driver

According to the mailing list, a new Hyper-V DRM display driver has been included in this week’s drm-misc-next PR and will be merged into the Linux 5.14 mainline. The Hyper-V DRM display driver was...

Linux kernel removing support x32

Linux 5.14 will completely remove the RAW driver

The RAW driver (RAW_DRIVER) on the Linux system is mainly used to provide direct I/O access to block devices. As early as the mid-2000s, the RAW driver was obsolete, and for a long time,...