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Ubuntu 22.04.4 Released with New Arm64 ISO for Machine Learning

The Ubuntu team announced the 4th point release of Ubuntu 22.04 this Thursday!

The new release comes with a new arm64+largemem ISO for ARM servers. The iso includes a kernel with 64k page size, which is typically used for machine learning, databases with many large entries, and high performance computing. However, it comes at the cost of increased memory use, only suitable for servers with plenty of memory.

For default kernel with 4k page size, user can switch to the new kernel, by installing linux-generic-64k-hwe-22.04 without re-installing the whole system.

As usual, this point release includes many updates and updated installation media has been provided so that fewer updates will need to be downloaded after installation. These include security updates and corrections for other high-severity bugs, with a focus on maintaining stability and compatibility with Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.” said in the announcement.

Changes in Ubuntu 22.04.4 include:

  • Fix AMDGPU: the screen freeze with W7500
  • Enable the open NVIDIA kernel modules in NVIDIA Graphics driver 515
  • Realtek 8852CE WiFi 6E country code udpates for kernel 6.5
  • Fix sound for SoundWire-Audio Codec-ALC713 and SoundWire-Jack Codec-ALC713.
  • Fix missing CS35L41 firmware for HP G11 mWS models, and Dell Oasis Models
  • Support for Intel Discrete Gale Peak2/BE200
  • Fix missing firmware for Intel CNVi AX211 on Intel Meteor Lake platform
  • Fix undesirable screen rotations on Dell laptops with 0CB2, 0CB3, 0CB4 KSUs.
  • Add AMD-Xilinx Kria KD240 board support
  • Fix that Dell dock station WD22TB4 loses ether dev after reboot/power off.

There are also numerous of other changes in the release.See the discourse page for details.

Get Ubuntu 22.04.4

If you’re currently running Ubuntu 22.04/22.04.1/22.04.2/22.04.3, simply launch Software Updater and install all available updates.

Or press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open terminal, and run the commands below to upgrade to the new 22.04.4 release.

sudo apt update
sudo apt full-upgrade

And, verify by either going to “About” page in Settings, or running one of cat /etc/issue, lsb_release -a, and cat /etc/os-release commands in terminal.

To download the .iso image of Ubuntu 24.04.4, either go to ubuntu.com/download page. Or, go to cdimages.ubuntu.com which also contains all the official flavor images.



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