Ubuntu 14.04.1 Has Been Released, Being Based On Kernel 3.13.11

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, the first point release of Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr (Ubuntu 14.04.1) has been released a while ago, coming with an updated installation media, security updates, bug-fixes, providing stability, for all the traditional flavors: Ubuntu 14.04.1, Edubuntu 14.04.1, Kubuntu 14.04.1, Lubuntu 14.04.1, Mythbuntu 14.04.1, Ubuntu Gnome 14.04.1, Ubuntu Kylin 14.04.1, UbuntuStudio 14.04.01, Xubuntu 14.04.

Ubuntu 14.04.1 Has Been Released, Being Based On Kernel 3.13.11

Ubuntu 14.04.1 is now based on custom version of Kernel 3.13.11, optimized by Canonical, Open vSwitch 2.0.1 has been implemented, support for Intel WiFi 6K/7K has been added, Deadline has been made the default I/O scheduler, Intel Running AVerage Power Limit (RPL) has received support for enforcing and monitoring power limits on modern Intel processors, some Xen and KVM improvements have been implemented, VMware support has been added, the i386 generic-pae flavor has been removed, the armel arch support has been dropped, quora support for Btrfs, XFS, and Ext4 have been included, among other changes.

The Ubuntu LTS systems, the latest being Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 12.04 receive five point releases, allowing the users to download ISO images containing all the added updated and changes, so that the first system upgrade won’t be huge.

So, the users can download Ubuntu 14.04.1 and get all the changes added lately and the users using Ubuntu 14.04 can receive everything new by performing a normal system upgrade:

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

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2 comments on “Ubuntu 14.04.1 Has Been Released, Being Based On Kernel 3.13.11
  1. Mzs says:

    When can we expect updated mint images?

    • Geekster says:

      we don’t know, the Linux Mint developers don’t have a fixed date for their releases. the mint images become available when they are ready.

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