Linux Kernel 4.13.6 for Linux

by Kernel.Org Organization, Inc.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (645 votes)

File Details

File Size 93.7 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Linux
Date Added
Total Downloads 6,071
Publisher Kernel.Org Organization, Inc.
Homepage Linux Kernel
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Publisher's Description

Linux Kernel is the essential part of Linux, responsible for resource allocation, low-level hardware interfaces, security, simple communications, and basic file system management.

Latest Reviews

Uriel

Uriel reviewed v4.12.6 on Aug 13, 2017

This is a must have for the latest security patches and hardware updates.

@ Hugh G. Rection: It made me laugh! Great sense of humor!

Antichrist

Antichrist reviewed v4.6 on May 17, 2016

Here's a simple helpful tutorial for upgrading the kernel if you have the right flavor of Linux:

https://www.pcsteps.com/...grade-linux-mint-ubuntu/

cyberguy

cyberguy reviewed v4.6-rc3 on Apr 12, 2016

Valuable software indeed, but of value only to developers that create and maintain Linux distributions. Unfortunately for others there is very little the average user can do with this without expert knowledge in how to merge the new kernel into his installed operating system.

Rated 4. subtracting 1 for lack of general usability without the rest of a linux distribution to go with it.

If this were a linux developer's site, I would have given it a full 5.

Aegis69

Aegis69 reviewed v4.2-rc3 on Jul 23, 2015

Probably the single most important piece of code in the world today.

roj

roj reviewed v3.5-rc4 on Jul 4, 2012

Hugh G. Rection / Slipped It In:

You're clearly a troll as far as Linux discussions are concerned and a stupid one at that. Only a troll would be ridiculous enough to display his blatantly obvious ignorance by stating that he tried to install a Linux kernel on Windows.

At least troll with some acumen; you are insulting the reader's meaningful intelligence with rubbish like this.

The kernel deserves full marks: FIVE stars.

Hugh G. Rection

Hugh G. Rection reviewed v3.5-rc3 on Jun 19, 2012

Tried installing this on Windows 7. Did not work.
Useless piece of software.

achillies000

achillies000 reviewed v3.0 RC4 on Jun 26, 2011

here you can debug it..
http://www.legendarydevi...el-debugger-1-99-a.html

filip007

filip007 reviewed v2.6.36-rc7 on Oct 9, 2010

http://kernel.ubuntu.com...36-rc7-maverick/CHANGES

Slipped it in

Slipped it in reviewed v2.6.35-rc6 on Jul 27, 2010

Awesome piece of software.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v2.6.35-rc6 on Jul 26, 2010

2Slipped it in:

Just because you cannot find a changelog, doesn't mean you should underrate this software.

Human readable changelog is available on http://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_2_6_35 shortly after the stable kernel has been released. Raw changelog is always available on http://kernel.org.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (645 votes)
Your Rating
Uriel

Uriel reviewed v4.12.6 on Aug 13, 2017

Pros: Get the latest build that likely won't be in the update manager's repository for months.

Cons: You need a little knowledge on how to install these builds. Not for newbies.

Bottom Line: This is a must have for the latest security patches and hardware updates.

@ Hugh G. Rection: It made me laugh! Great sense of humor!

Antichrist

Antichrist reviewed v4.6 on May 17, 2016

Here's a simple helpful tutorial for upgrading the kernel if you have the right flavor of Linux:

https://www.pcsteps.com/...grade-linux-mint-ubuntu/

cyberguy

cyberguy reviewed v4.6-rc3 on Apr 12, 2016

Valuable software indeed, but of value only to developers that create and maintain Linux distributions. Unfortunately for others there is very little the average user can do with this without expert knowledge in how to merge the new kernel into his installed operating system.

Rated 4. subtracting 1 for lack of general usability without the rest of a linux distribution to go with it.

If this were a linux developer's site, I would have given it a full 5.

Aegis69

Aegis69 reviewed v4.2-rc3 on Jul 23, 2015

Probably the single most important piece of code in the world today.

roj

roj reviewed v3.5-rc4 on Jul 4, 2012

Hugh G. Rection / Slipped It In:

You're clearly a troll as far as Linux discussions are concerned and a stupid one at that. Only a troll would be ridiculous enough to display his blatantly obvious ignorance by stating that he tried to install a Linux kernel on Windows.

At least troll with some acumen; you are insulting the reader's meaningful intelligence with rubbish like this.

The kernel deserves full marks: FIVE stars.

Hugh G. Rection

Hugh G. Rection reviewed v3.5-rc3 on Jun 19, 2012

Tried installing this on Windows 7. Did not work.
Useless piece of software.

achillies000

achillies000 reviewed v3.0 RC4 on Jun 26, 2011

here you can debug it..
http://www.legendarydevi...el-debugger-1-99-a.html

filip007

filip007 reviewed v2.6.36-rc7 on Oct 9, 2010

http://kernel.ubuntu.com...36-rc7-maverick/CHANGES

Slipped it in

Slipped it in reviewed v2.6.35-rc6 on Jul 27, 2010

Awesome piece of software.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v2.6.35-rc6 on Jul 26, 2010

2Slipped it in:

Just because you cannot find a changelog, doesn't mean you should underrate this software.

Human readable changelog is available on http://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_2_6_35 shortly after the stable kernel has been released. Raw changelog is always available on http://kernel.org.

Slipped it in

Slipped it in reviewed v2.6.34-rc7 on May 13, 2010

Where is the condensed changelog? All I can find is some lenghty, difficult to decipher changelog.

elitegangsta

elitegangsta reviewed v2.6.33-rc3 on Jan 7, 2010

as always, great.

Frostek

Frostek reviewed v2.6.32 on Dec 26, 2009

cowgaR has multiple entries on this page going back *years*, with equally vapid comments. I now only log onto this site about once every six months, although I used to be a frequent user of this site in the past, and I can't believe he's *still* here.

He's just a troll, and presumably has no life whatsoever. He's also forgotten the rule that you end up defining yourself by what you hate. Linux is clearly very important to him. :-)

Joco

Joco reviewed v2.6.32-rc3 on Oct 5, 2009

cowgaR "tried on Windows Se7en RC1 b7100 - FAILED, even builds 7260 or 7264"

According to your last comments, it seems like you know that Linux is an OS and I assume you know the meaning of an OS. If so then why do you still insist to try repeatedly to run a Linux kernel in Windows? It's like buying a car tire and try to eat it as cereal for breakfast and claiming that one knows what cereal is.

You might think you know something technical. And it's OK and legitimate to try a Linux kernel and not liking it. But the way you proceeded shows that you don't know what you are talking about. I am sorry if this sounds offensive but your comment is totally absurd, there is no ground for any technical debate.

bittermann

bittermann reviewed v2.6.31-rc1 on Jul 6, 2009

"cowgaR Reviewing 2.6.31-rc1 (Jul 5, 2009) tried on Windows Se7en RC1 b7100 - FAILED, even builds 7260 or 7264, no chance Typical Linux users. Download, unpack, compile. Don't think, just follow. As sheeps"

Wow...pot, kettle, black? You tried it on a buggy beta version of windows no less! There are so many things incorrect/wrong with that review I don't know where to start, so I will leave it as the poster is just trolling.

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