Linux Kernel 5.19.1 has been released!
It seems that a new Linux Kernel was released late last week. The new version is the Linux Kernel 5.19.1.
This version seems to include some drivers for WiFi and Bluetooth devices, particularly, support for the Infineon’s WiFi 6 CYW55572 Bluetooth, a variant of the Broadcom BCM4349B1 (Infineon CYW4349B1?), and Realtek’s Bluetooth 4.2 RTL8852C. It also includes a fix for an Intel vulnerability.
Installing the Linux Kernel 5.19.1 in Ubuntu
You can install this version in your Ubuntu system using the Ubuntu Mainline Kernel Installer tool.
1. Launch the Ubuntu Mainline Kernel Installer tool and select the Linux Kernel 5.19.1:
2. Press the “Install” button:
3. The installation will begin:
4. Enter your password when requested:
5. The installation should complete successfully:
6. Restart your machine. Ubuntu Mainline Kernel Installer should report that the Linux Kernel 5.19.1 is running:
Linux Kernel 5.19.1 Full Changelog
The full changelog for the Linux Kernel 5.19.1 is below:
Aaron Ma (1): Bluetooth: btusb: Add support of IMC Networks PID 0x3568 Ahmad Fatoum (2): Bluetooth: hci_bcm: Add BCM4349B1 variant dt-bindings: bluetooth: broadcom: Add BCM4349B1 DT binding Andrew Lunn (1): ata: sata_mv: Fixes expected number of resources now IRQs are gone Daniel Sneddon (1): x86/speculation: Add RSB VM Exit protections GUO Zihua (1): crypto: arm64/poly1305 - fix a read out-of-bound Greg Kroah-Hartman (1): Linux 5.19.1 Hakan Jansson (1): Bluetooth: hci_bcm: Add DT compatible for CYW55572 Hilda Wu (5): Bluetooth: btusb: Add Realtek RTL8852C support ID 0x04CA:0x4007 Bluetooth: btusb: Add Realtek RTL8852C support ID 0x04C5:0x1675 Bluetooth: btusb: Add Realtek RTL8852C support ID 0x0CB8:0xC558 Bluetooth: btusb: Add Realtek RTL8852C support ID 0x13D3:0x3587 Bluetooth: btusb: Add Realtek RTL8852C support ID 0x13D3:0x3586 Jan Kara (1): block: fix default IO priority handling again Ning Qiang (1): macintosh/adb: fix oob read in do_adb_query() function Pawan Gupta (1): x86/speculation: Add LFENCE to RSB fill sequence Peter Collingbourne (1): arm64: set UXN on swapper page tables Sai Teja Aluvala (1): Bluetooth: hci_qca: Return wakeup for qca_wakeup Stéphane Graber (1): tools/vm/slabinfo: Handle files in debugfs Tony Luck (1): ACPI: APEI: Better fix to avoid spamming the console with old error logs Werner Sembach (2): ACPI: video: Force backlight native for some TongFang devices ACPI: video: Shortening quirk list by identifying Clevo by board_name only