Linux Kernel 3.8.10 Fixes a Build Error in the 3.8.9 Release

All users of the Linux 3.8 kernel series must upgrade

  Linux kernel 3.8.10 is now ready for download
Greg Kroah-Hartman announced a few hours ago the immediate availability for download of the tenth maintenance release for the stable Linux 3.8 kernel series.

Greg Kroah-Hartman announced a few hours ago the immediate availability for download of the tenth maintenance release for the stable Linux 3.8 kernel series.

Therefore, it looks like Linux kernel 3.8.10 has been released in order to fix a build issue with the previous version, Linux kernel 3.8.9, which was made available on April 25.

"I'm announcing the release of the 3.8.10 kernel. It fixes a build error in the 3.8.9 release. If you can properly build that kernel, no need for you to upgrade (hint, if you enable CONFIG_NS, you need this release.) Many thanks to Shea Levy for pointing out the problem." Greg KH said in the email announcement.

As usual, Linux kernel 3.8.10 is a must-grab upgrade for all users of the 3.8.x branch of the Linux kernel. Please update your system(s) as soon as possible.

Download Linux kernel 3.8.10 right now from Softpedia.

Comments