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Linus Torvalds says Linux kernel v5.0 ‘should be meaningless’

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Following the release of Linux kernel 4.16, Linus Torvalds has said that the next kernel will be version 5.0. Or maybe it won’t, because version numbers are meaningless. The announcement — of sorts — came in Torvalds’ message over the weekend about the first release candidate for version 4.17. He warns that it is not “shaping up to be a particularly big release” and questions whether it even matters what version number is slapped on the final release. See also: Linus Torvalds: Linux 4.16 kernel launches on Sunday. Possibly. Maybe. Linux 4.16 launches Microsoft Windows 10 gains Linux/WSL Console copy… …Continue reading on BetaNews

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