In This Video We Are Discussing About The upcoming Ubuntu 22.04 LTS will come with the Linux 5.15 kernel by default. Ubuntu 22.04 is due for release on April 21, 2022. In this video we look at the various new features and key changes that are planned for the release. It’s time to unwrap the new features of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS “Jammy Jellyfish”. I give you all the relevant information, and you stay up to date until the final release.
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Ubuntu 22.04 LTS – Release Schedule
Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Jellyfish releases on April 21, 2022. Before that, the following milestones are to be achieved.
February 24, 2022: Feature Freeze
March 17, 2022: UI Freeze
March 31, 2022: Beta Release
April 21, 2022: Final Release
This release is supported until April 2025.
Packages and Application Updates
Other than above changes, core packages, default applications are expected to see their latest stable version. Here’s quick list.
And, the new Yaru icon theme in LibreOffice looks stunning, though.
Ubuntu Official Flavors
Alongside the base version, the official Ubuntu flavors are getting their latest versions of their respective desktop environments in this LTS version. Here’s a quick summary of what is expected. Apart from KDE Plasma, most of the desktop remained with their last stable release for more than a year. So, you may not experience much of a difference.
Kubuntu 22.04 with KDE Plasma 5.24
Xubuntu 22.04 with Xfce 4.16
Lubuntu 22.04 with LxQt 1.0
Ubuntu Budgie with Budgie version 10.5.3
Ubuntu Mate with MATE 1.26
That’s the current plan according to Canonical’s Sebastien Bacher, who says “the plan is to use 5.15 for the LTS but the oem and hwe variants will get 5.17 as some point”.
Linux 5.15 is a marginally older kernel version than that currently available, but there is logic in using it: Linux 5.15 is a long-term support release supported until October 2023.
Ubuntu 22.04 is an LTS, Linux 5.15 is an LTS, so sorta makes sense, doesn’t it?
Still, many had expected Ubuntu 22.04 to ship something new as, based on the past, Ubuntu LTS releases haven’t always used kernel LTS releases.
Linux 5.15 includes some interesting changes, such as a new NTFS file system driver, an in-kernel SMB file server, and various enhancements to the EXT4 file system Ubuntu uses by default. Plus a raft of updated drivers, new hardware support, and performance tuneups.
So don’t gnash your teeth unnecessarily; you’re not stuck on 5.15 for the full five years Ubuntu 22.04 is supported for. When you use an Ubuntu LTS release you get access to newer Linux kernel and graphic drivers periodically through the hardware enablement stack (HWE) updates.
While the Linux 5.16 kernel (and its big gaming improvements) won’t make the cut, the upcoming Linux 5.17 kernel and several releases beyond it will be back-ported to use in this LTS, or made available via OEM kernels (which ship preinstalled on laptops from the likes of Dell and Lenovo).
If you’re an LTS user sporting newer hardware only supported in more recent kernels, will this decision put you off using Jammy Jellyfish? Or do you prefer to install third-party or mainline kernel builds on your system anyway?
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