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I want to upgrade my Linux Kernel to 6.0.6 as mentioned on this site that this is the most stable release right now. I am downloading Kernel from this site.

Kernel Version on this site are like this. Site Screenshot


v6.0-rc1/   2022-08-15 01:03    -    
v6.0-rc2/   2022-08-22 02:11    -    
v6.0-rc3/   2022-08-29 00:22    -    
v6.0-rc4/   2022-09-22 19:50    -    
v6.0-rc5/   2022-09-23 05:32    -    
v6.0-rc6/   2022-09-22 19:21    -    
v6.0-rc7/   2022-09-26 01:14    -    
v6.0.1/     2022-10-12 13:22    -    
v6.0.2/     2022-10-15 11:12    -    
v6.0.3/     2022-10-21 16:13    -    
v6.0.4/     2022-10-26 13:59    -    
v6.0.5/     2022-10-26 12:39    -    
v6.0/       2022-10-02 23:26    -    
v6.1-rc1/   2022-10-17 04:22    -    
v6.1-rc2/   2022-10-24 04:13    -    

There is no Kernel Version named v6.0.6. I think it is 6.0 as it after 6.0.5 but I am not sure. Please help me to download the stable Linux Kernel.

REASON TO UPGRADE KERNEL

My laptop is new and a few devices Laptop Camera and Keyboard do not work properly on Kernel 5.15. I installed Kernel 6.0 and it is working perfectly. But I am not sure if it is a stable version or not.

KERNEL I AM USING

Linux 6.0.0-060000-generic
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  • Do you have a link you can give me so I can see this is the most stable release for Ubuntu?
    – David
    Oct 29, 2022 at 10:00
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    You've not provided any OS/product/release details. FYI: The latest release is almost never the most stable, it's just the latest to be classed as stable (often the most unstable of the stable kernels).
    – guiverc
    Oct 29, 2022 at 10:44
  • Yes, I know it is not the most stable kernel but my devices work perfectly on the latest kernel that matters to me. I have not experienced any issues yet in v6. Oct 29, 2022 at 11:32
  • Please add OS & release details to your question.
    – guiverc
    Oct 29, 2022 at 11:36
  • I am using Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Oct 29, 2022 at 12:17

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Kernel 6.0.6 has been added to the PPA.

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In the future, I think you need to allow at least 24 hours to pass before jumping to conclusions.

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