Linux Kernel 4.19 Gets First Point Release, It’s Now Ready for Mass Deployments

The Linux 4.19 kernel series is the most advanced Linux kernel available right now, and the first point release, Linux kernel 4.19.1, is now out to mark it as stable on the kernel.org website, which means that it is now ready to be adopted by most Linux-based operating system vendors who want to offer their users the latest available kernel. A moderate update that changes a total of 43 files, with 199 insertions and 122 deletions, the Linux 4.19.1 kernel is recommended to all users who want to run the most advanced, and soon LTS (Long Term Supported), kernel series on their favorite GNU/Linux distribution. Therefore, we suggest installing it as soon as it’s available in the stable repositories.