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Debian 11 Linux, LMDE5 Kernel Update 5.10.149-2


Debian 11 Linux, LMDE5 Kernel Update 5.10.149-2.

The Linux Kernel is responsible for hardware and drivers support, with each update more are added together with bug fixes and added security.

New kernel release for Debian 11 "Bullseye" and LMDE5 users.

Previous version: 5.10.149-1

Update available in Update Manager.

Note that this update "will not remove" your existing kernel.

You will still be able to boot with the current kernel by choosing the advanced options in your boot menu. Please be cautious though.. kernel regressions can affect your ability to connect to the Internet or to log in graphically.

DKMS modules are compiled for the most recent kernels installed on your computer. If you are using proprietary drivers and you want to use an older kernel, you will need to remove the new one first.

Note: No changelog available but, this is what have been fixed.

What is new:

The security update announced as DSA 5257-1 caused regressions on certain systems using the amdgpu driver. Updated packages are now available to correct this issue.

For the stable distribution (bullseye), this problem has been fixed in version 5.10.149-2.

This update affects the following installed packages:

  • linux-compiler-gcc-10-x86
  • linux-headers-5.10.0-19-amd64
  • linux-headers-5.10.0-19-common
  • linux-headers-amd64
  • linux-image-5.10.0-19-amd64
  • linux-image-amd64
  • linux-kbuild-5.10
  • linux-libc-dev

Total size: 68 MB

We recommend that you upgrade your linux packages.


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