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LTSI v3.10 is Now Released

Long Term Support Initiative (LTSI) Kernel Maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman this week released LTSI-3.10.

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Quick Guide to Get Ready for LTSI 3.10

The 3.11 kernel release is on Sept. 2. So I think it is a good time to update the development schedule of LTSI 3.10 and provide a brief guideline to participate in the LTSI 3.10 development process.   Development Schedule:   LTSI 3.10 Merge Window Opens:   LTSI merge window should open on the date that the 3.12 MAINLINE KERNEL is RELEASED, WHICH IS THE DATE 3.10 WILL BECOME FORMALLY LTS.  
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Let's Work Together for LTSI 3.10

Greg Kroah-Hartman, the maintainer of LTS and LTSI, announced 2 weeks ago on his blog that the next LTS and LTSI version will be 3.10. It is now time for the industry to get ready for the LTSI 3.10 release.

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New Long Term Stable Initiative (LTSI) Linux Kernel Released

LTSI Kernel Maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman has released the latest version of LTSI Kernel (3.0.79-LTSI and 3.4.46-LTSI) on May 21.

 

The followings are the changes that have been merged for each release.

 

3.0.79-LTSI:

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LTSI v3.4 Released

Part of supporting the demand for Linux in consumer electronics is ensuring there is a common Linux base that is maintained and supported for the typical lifetime of a consumer device, usually two years, and that supports a large variety of consumer electronics products.

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