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Linux Kernel 6.9.4 Final

The Linux kernel has been updated with a new version. All Linux-based operating systems share a kernel. You don’t have to pay anything to obtain it.

However, to boot an operating system, the kernel must be in machine code, which means you must convert the kernel from source to machine code through a process known as compiling, which is how you normally obtain it (as written by Linus Torvalds, Alan Cox, and others).

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You may provide settings during the compilation process, such as only including modules for the hardware you want to utilize. It is only necessary to compile the kernel while running a server.

Compilation cores are available for nearly all Linux distributions, packed according to the system packet and processor architecture. Additions have been made to them in terms of hardware, and these hardware modules vary according to distribution and developer philosophy.

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Size – 144 MB

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