Canonical has updated the kernel of the long-term supported Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) operating system series to the Linux 6.2 HWE (Hardware Enablement) series from Ubuntu 23.04 (Lunar Lobster).
The Linux 6.2 kernel series reached end of life after being supported for less than three months. The series is no longer actively supported and users are urged to upgrade to Linux kernel 6.3.
Nitrux 2.7 distribution is now available for download with Linux kernel 6.1 LTS, KDE Plasma 5.27 LTS desktop environment, and a new Maui Shell flavor.
Arch Linux 2023.03.01 ISO snapshot for March 2023 is now available for download featuring Linux kernel 6.2.1 and archinstall 2.5.3, as well as all the updated packages released in February 2023.
You can now install the latest and greatest Linux 6.2 kernel series on your Ubuntu 22.10 distribution. Here’s how to do it!
GNU Linux-Libre 6.2 kernel is now available for download. This release is based on Linux kernel 6.2 and it’s targeted at those who seek 100% freedom for their personal computers.
Linux kernel 6.2 is now available for download. This major release comes better support for the Rust programming language, new and updated drivers, as well as many other new features and improvements.
VirtualBox 7.0.6 open-source and cross-platform virtualization software is now available for download. This release comes with initial support for Linux 6.2, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.1, and Oracle Linux 8 UEK7 kernels.
Linus Torvalds kicked off the development cycle of the upcoming Linux 6.2 kernel series and released the first RC (Release Candidate) for public testing. The final release is expected in mid-February 2023.