2021-08-30 – Kernel version 5.14.0-amd64-vanilla has been released.
This is a stable release As this is a vanilla kernel, change logs are available here: https://cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v5.x/ChangeLog-5.14.0
Kernel Tree 5.13 is now EOL
This kernel tree is now EOL and is no longer updated or supported. – It is now recommended to upgrade to the 5.14 kernel tree:
apt install linux-image-5.14.0-amd64-vanillaif you need to install kernel-headers, add linux-headers-5.14.0-amd64-vanilla to the line above
This Kernel will no longer be supported with any updates.
Once installed, kernel updates are available via the autoupdate app or using the server configuration tool.
For longterm support, please use an LTS kernel tree. LTS kernels are supported for 5 years with updates from kernel.org. If you don’t want to upgrade your kernel roughly every two months, then please install the latest LTS kernel tree, which is currently 5.10.
apt install linux-image-5.10.0-amd64-vanillaif you need to install kernel-headers, add linux-headers-5.10.0-amd64-vanilla to the line above
If you downgrade to an LTS kernel, please make sure to remove your existing kernels after a test boot. You will have to manually select the LTS kernel in grub the first time before you remove any newer kernel trees.