Android users rejoice! Linux kernel LTS releases are now good for 6 years – Ars Technica

A major change in the maintenance lifecycle of Linux kernels is coming. During a Linaro Connect 2017 presentation on Android’s Project Treble, Googler Iliyan Malchev announced that Linux LTS (Long Term Support) kernels were switching from a two-year lifecycle to a whopping six years of support.


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