Just last week AMD launched its latest Ryzen 3000 series of CPUs. The third-generation Ryzen chips are the first to be based on 7nm technology, but there is a problem for users of some Linux-based systems. For distributions based on newer versions of the Linux kernel, an issue renders systems unable to boot. Some users have managed to patch the systemd component with an older version to allow successful booting, but a BIOS update from AMD is what’s needed. See also: IBM officially acquires Red Hat for $34 billion — Linux distros are unaffected Kali Linux arrives on Raspberry Pi… [Continue Reading] // Read more: original article.