Find out what’s coming to (and what’s leaving) the Linux 5.14 kernel and what Linus Torvalds said about the release.
On the heels of the 5.13 kernel debut, Linus Torvalds (the creator of Linux) announced the first release candidate for the Linux 5.14 kernel. According to Torvalds, this kernel will be a fairly standard release (especially compared to the 5.13 kernel). In fact, Linus said of this release, “On the whole, I don’t think there are any huge surprises in here, and size-wise this seems to be a pretty regular release too.” Torvalds added, “Let’s hope that that translates to a nice and calm release cycle, but you never know.”
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That the 5.14 kernel is a less-than-exciting release is mostly because it…