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Kernel 4.1.20 Has Been Released

Greg Kroah-Hartman has released Kernel 4.1.20 LTS, bringing updates, enhancements and optimizations. Also worth mentioning: Starting with Kernel 4.0 the long awaited Life Patching feature has been implemented, permitting the users to update the kernel without having to reboot the

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Every Ubuntu User Can Now Install Kernel 4.1.6 Easy, Via Black Lab Software’s Installation Kit

As you may know, the guys from the Black Lab Software has created an Linux kernel enablement kit that permits everybody that has an Ubuntu-based system to install Kernel 4.1.6 on their system. The development kit has official support for

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Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf Now Uses Kernel 4.1, Kernel 4.2 Being Tracked On The Unstable Branch

Canonical’s Joseph Salisbury has announced that Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf is now using Kernel 4.1 by default, Kernel 4.2 being implemented on the development branch only. While Kernel 4.2 has been added to the unstable repository, I think it will

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Kernel 4.1, the Next Long Term Stable (LTS) Kernel Version

Greg Kroah-Hartman, has announced that Kernel 4.1 will become the LTS version of 2015, meaning that it will still receive updates, despite the fact that newer Kernel 4.x versions will be released. For now, Kernel 4.1 available only as a

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