5.18.15, 5.15.58, 5.10.134, 5.4.208, 4.19.254, 4.14.290, and 4.9.325 kernels are now available for download at kernel.org/

5.19-rc8 is now available for public testing at kernel.org and it looks like the final release will land next week on July 31st.

5.15.56, 5.10.132, 5.4.207, 4.19.253, 4.14.289, and 4.9.324 LTS kernels are now available for download at kernel.org

5.19-rc7 is now available for public testing at kernel.org. Linus Torvalds says that it is "definitely bigger than usual" so we'll have to wait two more weeks for the final release!

5.19-rc5 is now available for public testing at kernel.org/ and Linus Torvalds says that it is "slightly _smaller_ than normal". Happy testing!

5.4.201, 4.19.249, 4.14.285, and 4.9.320 LTS kernels are now available for download at kernel.org/

5.18.6, 5.15.49, 5.10.124, and 5.4.200 kernels are now available for download at kernel.org/

Fedora Linux 36 is now powered by kernel 5.18. Yay! 🥳 👏 🙌 @fedora

5.17.10, 5.15.42, 5.10.118, 5.4.196, 4.19.245, 4.14.281, and 4.9.316 kernels are now available for download at kernel.org/

5.17.9, 5.15.41, 5.10.117, 5.4.195, 4.19.244, 4.14.280, and 4.9.315 kernels are now available for download at kernel.org

5.17.8, 5.15.40, 5.10.116, 5.4.194, 4.19.243, 4.14.279, and 4.9.314 kernels are now available for download at kernel.org

5.17.7, 5.15.39, 5.10.115, 5.4.193, 4.19.242, 4.14.278, and 4.9.313 kernels are now available for download at kernel.org

5.17.6, 5.15.38, 5.10.114, and 5.4.192 kernels are now available for download at kernel.org/

Mesa 22.0.3 graphics drivers are out now with more ANV, Zink, RADV, Panfrost, and LLVMpipe work. Get it at lists.freedesktop.org/archives or update your distributions!

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