Linux kernel 5.9 has been officially released and it’s now available for download. This release includes various improvements and new features, and will be coming soon to a GNU/Linux distribution near you.
Linux kernel 5.8.1 was released today as the first point release in the Linux kernel 5.8 series, marking it as ready for mass deployment.
The Linux 5.8 kernel series was officially announced by Linus Torvalds. This is a major release that will soon be available on your favorite GNU/Linux distribution.
GNU Linux-Libre 5.6 kernel is now available for download with deblobbing of the AMD Trusted Execution Environment, ATH11K WiFi, and Mediatek SCP remoteproc drivers.
Linux kernel 5.6 is now available for downloa with built-in WireGuard support, USB4 support, new CPU idle thermal driver, initial AMD Zen 3 support, and better hardware support.
The development cycle of the upcoming Linux 5.6 kernel series is now officially open and the first Release Candidate (RC) available for download.
The Linux 5.4 kernel series has been officially marked as LTS (Long-Term Support) on the kernel.org website. It will be supported for the next two years, until December 2021.
Linux kernel 5.5.1 is now available for download as the first point release in the latest Linux 5.5 kernel series, marking it as stable and ready for mass deployments.
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) users running the Linux 4.4 kernel need to update their installations to fix various security vulnerabilities.
Mitigations for the CVE-2019-14615 and CVE-2020-7053 vulnerabilities are now available for Ubuntu 19.10, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Update your systems now!