The upcoming Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) operating system is now powered by the long-term supported Linux 5.10 kernel series. This looks to be the final kernel used in the upcoming release, due out in late April 2021.
Collabora’s contributions to Linux kernel 5.10 LTS include support for Mali Bifrost GPUs in the Panfrost driver, more love for Rockchip media driver, improvements to the Cedrus open-source driver, and much more.
GNU Linux-Libre 5.10 kernel is now available for download. This release is based on Linux kernel 5.10 LTS and disables any proprietary code to offer those who seek 100% freedom for their personal computers a 100% free kernel.
Linux Lite users are among the first to be able to install and try the latest Linux 5.10 LTS kernel series on their computers. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to achieve that.
Linux 5.10 LTS kernel series launches officially as a long-term supported branch with numerous new features and improvements. Here’s what’s new!
Linux kernel 5.10 is the next LTS (Long Term Support) series of the Linux kernel, supported with maintenance updates for at least two years, until December 2022.
Development on the upcoming Linux 5.9 kernel series was kicked off by Linus Torvalds and the first Release Candidate (RC) is now available for public testing. The final release is expected near the Christmas holidays.