On July 13, Greg Kroah-Hartman announced that the tenth maintenance release for Linux kernel 3.9 is now available for download and all users of the 3.9 kernel series must upgrade.
Linux kernel 3.9.10 is a small release, most probably the last for this branch, and includes a few updated drivers, a few fixes for various file systems, such as HPFS and NFS, as well as other small changes.
"Note, this might just be the last 3.9-stable kernel release, I'm not quite sure I can guarantee another 3.9-stable kernel will be released. Please move to the 3.10-stable series at this point in time. If that isn't working for you, please let us know NOW!," Greg Kroah-Hartman said in the official release announcement.
Keep in mind that the first maintenance release of the Linux 3.10 kernel series is also available for download, along with Linux kernel 3.0.86 LTS and Linux kernel 3.4.53 LTS.
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Linux Kernel 3.9.10 Is Now Available for Download
All users of the Linux 3.9 kernel series must upgrade!