Linux kernel 5.13 reached end of life and it will no longer be supported with security updates. Users are urged to upgrade their GNU/Linux distributions to Linux kernel 5.14 as soon as possible.
The upcoming Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri) operating system is now powered by the Linux 5.13 series, which looks to be the final and default kernel used during its entire nine-month lifecycle.
Manjaro 21.1 “Pahvo” operating system is now available for download. This release features the Linux 5.13 kernel, GNOME 40 desktop, an updated installer, and various other improvements and updated components.
Arch Linux ISO snapshot for August 2021 is now available for download and it’s the first to be powered by the latest and greatest Linux 5.13 kernel series.
VirtualBox 6.1.24 open-source virtualization software is now available for download. This release adds support for Linux 5.13, as well as support for Ubuntu and SUSE Linux Enterprise specific kernels.
OpenZFS 2.1 advanced file system and volume manager for Linux is now available for download. This release comes with support for Linux kernel 5.13, InfluxDB, and distributed spare RAID.
Nitrux 1.5 Linux distribution is now available for download. This release features the latest KDE Plasma 5.22 desktop environment and supports the Linux 5.13 kernel.
The GNU Linux-libre 5.13 kernel is now available for download. This release is for those who want to use a 100% free version of Linux kernel 5.13 on their GNU/Linux computers without any proprietary code.
Linux kernel 5.13 is now available for download. This brand-new kernel series is packed full of new features and improvements for better hardware support, as well as a more stable and reliable system.
The first Release Candidate of the upcoming Linux 5.13 kernel series is now available for public testing, as announced by Linus Torvalds. Go out and test!