Linux kernels 4.11.4, 4.9.31 LTS, 4.4.71 LTS, and 3.18.56 LTS are out now with numerous improvements. According to their appended shortlogs (here, here, here and here), a total of 146 files have been changed in Linux kernel 4.11.4, with 1315 insertions and 623 deletions, and a total of 119 files were changed in the Linux 4.9.31 LTS kernel, with 1107 insertions and 444 deletions. Furthermore, there are a total of 70 files changed in the Linux 4.4.71 LTS kernel, with 562 insertions and 288 deletions, and a total of 37 files were changed in Linux 3.18.56, with 268 insertions and 143 deletions. As you can see, these maintenance versions are pretty huge because they're here about two weeks after their previous patches announced on May 25, 2017.
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