back to article Upcoming Linux 5.10 release will love you longterm, pushing support out to 2026

It's official. The upcoming Linux 5.10 kernel is destined to become the next "longterm maintenance" release for the open-source operating system. The news was dropped by longtime maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman during an "Ask the Experts" session at the Open Source Summit Europe. The first release candidate of 5.10 popped up a …

  1. Yet Another Anonymous coward Silver badge

    "Which kernel feature turned my beard that grey?"

    Judging from the sidebar picture Greg is looking a lot better

  2. Robert Carnegie Silver badge

    You can update to a new "Windows 10" version though and keep going, whereas, Linux... oh, that is right, yes. ;-)

  3. Warm Braw Silver badge

    Enduring for 30 months

    I'm not sure an OS should present such a gruelling challenge to its users.

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