Canonical is putting the finishing touches on Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS, which will be released tomorrow as the first collection of stable releases in this “Jammy Jellyfish” long-term support series, released as a recompiled ISO.
For Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS, this is just a collection of update packages that have appeared in the Jammy Archives since its April debut. It wasn’t until the latest LTS release that there was a new Hardware Enablement Stack (HWE) and backhauled newer versions of the Linux kernel, Mesa, etc. from future non-LTS releases of Ubuntu to the current Ubuntu LTS series.
There are quite a few notable fixes/changes in Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS, such as bringing the NVIDIA R515 graphics driver option as the latest main driver series, Retbleed mitigations in the kernel for older Intel and AMD CPUs, install and release upgrades Program fixes, fixes for Dell XPS 13 9320 Alder Lake laptop support, enabling Intel AMX support in various cores, Intel IPU6 MIPI camera support for Alder Lake systems, enabling RISC-V StarFive VisionFive board support, and many other general Bugfixes and security issue fixes.
This morning, a list of changes for Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS was posted to the Ubuntu discussion board:
For those interested in early access/testing, try the Ubuntu 22.04.1 RC1 image, as this is actually the official release tomorrow:
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