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Linux Kernel 3.14.6 Is Now the Most Advanced Version

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Linux kernel 3.14.6 is now the most advanced version of the kernel, at least for a few hours before the final version of the 3.15 branch is out (unless something weird happens and the launch is postponed).

The kernel developers have made quite an effort and this latest updates is one of the biggest so far. It’s still a young kernel and it’s not sure that it will reach the LTS status. There are already a number of long term support in existence already, but you can never know.

“I'm announcing the release of the 3.14.6 kernel. All users of the 3.14 kernel series must upgrade.”

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