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Linux Kernel 6.3 Reaches End of Life, Users Urged to Upgrade to Linux 6.4
The Linux 6.3 kernel series is now marked as EOL on the kernel.org website and the last release is 6.3.13.
The time has come to say goodbye to the Linux 6.3 kernel series as it’s now marked as EOL (End of Life) on the kernel.org website, meaning it will no longer be supported with bug and security fixes.
Earlier today, renowned Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the release of Linux kernel 6.3.13 as the thirteenth maintenance update to the Linux 6.3 kernel series, an update that brings quite a lot of changes (481 files changed, 4919 insertions, and 2870 deletions).
However, Greg Kroah-Hartman also marked the Linux kernel 6.3 series as EOL (End of Life) on the kernel.org website, noting the fact that Linux kernel 6.3.13 is the last update in the series and urging users to upgrade their Linux systems to the latest Linux 6.4 kernel as soon as possible.