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Canonical has decided that, at least for now, it will try to implement Linux kernel 3.13 into Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr).
Choosing the Linux kernel for an LTS release is a very important step for Canonical because it will have to support that kernel for a period of five years, even if the kernel maintainers decide to make it EOL (end of life) a year from now.
Ubuntu Linux, which started with the tagline “Linux for human beings,” was originally an easy to use Linux distribution for desktop users. Canonical picked what they considered to be the best of breed applications from the many thousands available in the Debian Linux distribution, put on a healthy dose of polish, and released their own version.
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Canonical has updated the Linux kernel for the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS development cycle, which is now using the latest stable 3.13.3 version and it seems that we are in for a surprise. Following on its promise to try to integrate the latest available Linux kernel into the upcoming Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr), Canonical is now updating it constantly with the most recent builds.“We have packaged