Canonical updates the long-term supported Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) operating system series to the Linux 5.19 HWE kernel from Ubuntu 22.10 (Kinetic Kudu).
Linux kernel 5.19 series is now marked as EOL (End of Life) and it is no longer supported. The kernel developers urge users to upgrade to Linux kernel 6.0 as soon as possible!
Arch Linux 2022.09.03 is now available for download. This is Arch Linux’s first ISO snapshot to be powered by the Linux 5.19 kernel series and also comes with all the updates released throughout August 2022.
The upcoming Ubuntu 22.10 (Kinetic Kudu) release is now powered by the Linux 5.19 series, which looks to be the final and default kernel used during its entire nine-month lifecycle.
GNU Linux-libre 5.19 kernel is now available for download as a 100% free version of Linux kernel 5.19 for those looking to build a 100% free personal computer without any proprietary code.
A quick and painless tutorial to show you how to install the latest and greatest Linux 5.19 kernel on Ubuntu and Ubuntu-based distributions.
Linux kernel 5.19 has been officially released and it is now available for download. This is a major new series that brings many new features, improved and new hardware support, as well as bug and security fixes.
Linus Torvalds kicked off the development cycle of the upcoming Linux 5.19 kernel series and released the first RC (Release Candidate) for public testing. The final release is expected at the end of July 2022.