Linux Kernel 3.10 stable has been made available not more than a month ago and it has already reached it’s first update stage. Kernel 3.10 series has seen a bit of issues recently with its 3.10.2 release that supposedly interfered with a few previously-proper working nVIDIA graphics cards.
Yaourt is yet another user repository tool. It is, not co-incidentally, an acronym for Yet AnOther User Repository Tool. It is a community contributed repository for pacman, which is the package manager of Arch Linux and a few other minor Linux distributions. It adds seamless access to the Arch User Repository. It allows the user to automate package compilation and installation from the thousands of PKGBUILDs available in the AUR. It also completely supports the many thousands of Arch Linux binary packages.
Update: Kernel 3.10.1 is out and you can get it here by following the steps on the tutorial here.
Linux has been, for quite a long time, the base to most open-source consumer operating systems like Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, etc. The key is its kernel that like Linux itself is forever getting better. The Linux Kernel 3.10 has recently arrived, and this stable release has been made available, bringing more new features and improvements.
Linux has been ever changing, ever evolving with its Kernel 3.9 series. Linux Kernel 3.9.7 brings in more updates and improvements.
This guide will help you in install nVIDIA drivers. The drivers are proprietary and officially supported ones. Installing these on Fedora 18 “Spherical Cow” disables the generic Nouveau driver. It works with nVIDIA GeForce 8/9/200/300/400/500 series graphic cards. It also supports nVIDIA GeForce 6/7. Newer drivers might appear in the future for GeForce 6/7 cards, which is when you’ll be able to upgrade them too.