Donate to the Black Lab Linux Project

When you donate to the Black Lab Linux Project it helps us with many things:

Domain renewals
Aging equipment replacement

How much should you donate? Any amount you wish. No matter how large or small it goes to the project. We also take hardware donations as well. Contact for details. We thank you for your support.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Kernel 3.15.1 for Black Lab Linux

Today we are pleased to announce the availability of the Kernel 3.15.1 Enablement Kit.  This upgrades the kernel in your Black Lab Linux system to 3.15.1 of the Linux kernel and all the great advancements that comes with it.

Here are some of the enhancements of the 3.15.1 kernel:

  • EFI mixed mode support to support running a 64-bit Linux kernel on a system with 32-bit UEFI.
  • Faster suspend and resume times
  • Add support Sony DualShock 4 controller
  • Newer notebooks should play nicer with the new kernel release.
  • On the future CPU front is AVX-512 and RDSEED extension support.
  • open-source graphics driver improvements that include initial NVIDIA Maxwell GPU support and the VCE 2.0
  • video encoding support for recent AMD graphics cards.
  • And more.
We have also enabled squashfs support for those of you that like to roll your own images:  WARNING:  You must use Black Lab Image Creator,  Remastersys WILL NOT WORK!!!!

Compatible Systems:

OS/4 OpenLinux 13.x/14.x
Black Lab Linux 4.x/5.x
PC/OS Desktop/LX 5.x
Ubuntu 12.04

You can download the 3.15.1 Enablement Kit from


Why should I donate to Black Lab Linux? Black Lab Linux is provided free of charge to download, use and redistribute and in order to keep it free of charge to download, use and redistribute certain costs need to be covered.

Paying developers
Paying for web maintenance
replace aging equipment
Paying for mirrors and other bills

Help us to keep bringing you the best the open source community has to offer

How much should you donate? Any amount is welcome.

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