Ubuntu Studio

Precise and linux-lowlatency-3.2 EOL

Since 3 years has become a new standard as the support period for Ubuntu flavor LTS releases, we decided to end support for Ubuntu Studio 12.04 Precise Pangolin after 3 years.
While we do that, we also end support for linux-lowlatency 3.2. The most recent update will be the last one.

If you are still running Ubuntu Studio 12.04, you are adviced to upgrade to the latest LTS (14.04).

3 Responses to “Precise and linux-lowlatency-3.2 EOL”

  1. Bart Woolery Says:

    12.04 kernel seems to be better lowlatency than the new one. Any advice for improving the latency performance? It’s still workable, but makes me nervous…

  2. Padi Phillips Says:

    I think you are very mistaken about the Ubuntu LTS support life, it used to be for 3 years on desktop versions, and for five years with server versions, however this policy has now changed, abd both desktop and server distributions receive five years of support.

    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LTS

  3. Jimmy Sjölund Says:

    The LTS life cycle differ between Ubuntu Desktop and other Ubuntu flavours. Ubuntu Studio are using the LTS length of 3 years, just as other flavours do.