Packed with a total of 151 changed files, with 1139 insertions and 583 deletions, the Linux 3.2.102 kernel has been released at the beginning of June 2018 as the last scheduled maintenance update of the Linux 3.2 series, which means that if you're still using this kernel, you should upgrade to a newer LTS branch soon. At the moment, there are four long-term supported (LTS) kernel branches available from kernel.org, namely Linux 4.14, 4.9, 4.4, and 3.16. So if you're still running the Linux 3.2 kernel on your GNU/Linux distribution, you should consider upgrading to one of these LTS kernel branches as soon as possible.
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