A stable version of Linux Kernel 3.9 is now out, and can be installed by the following steps on you ARM powered device, try this at your own risk.
You can find the release announcement here. In this tutorial, we will see how to install Linux kernel 3.9 in Ubuntu for ARM or any Debian based ARM system.
Update: You might want to get Linux Kernel 3.10 for your Ubuntu or Linux Mint, since it is out now. Click here for Kernel 3.10.
A stable version of Linux Kernel 3.9 has been released recently which brings more new features such as SSD caching, full support for Chrome OS, better support for ARM SoCand, faster LZO compression, and more drivers for better support for modern computers. Linux 3.9 has also brought improvements to networking, storage, virtualization, power management, etc.
Linux Kernel 3.8.8 is the eighth maintenance release for Kernel 3.8 series which is now available for download for all Linux users. This new release brings some ARM fixes and sound enhancements. In this page, we will see as usual how to upgrade to this new kernel using a bash script dedicated for users of Ubuntu, Linux Mint and any other Ubuntu-based system.
Linux Kernel 3.8.7 is the seventh maintenance release for the kernel 3.8 series bringing more updates and various bugfixes. In this guide, we will help you install this kernel in Ubuntu/Linux Mint using a bash script. The kernel files can be obtained from here.
Linux Kernel 3.8.6 is the sixth maintenance release for kernel 3.8 series that has been made available recently. In this tutorial, we will help you install it in a system running Ubuntu/Linux Mint and any other Ubuntu-based distribution.