Linux Kernel 3.10.78 LTS Is a Small Release That Patches EXT4 and ALSA Issues

Linux kernel 3.10.78, which is an LTS (Long Term Support) release supported with security patched for a couple of years compared to regular kernel branches, is here to fixes issues in the ARM and ARC architectures, and address a few problems in the EXT4 file system. Additionally, Linux kernel 3.10.78 LTS updates several drivers, especially for SCSI and USB devices, repairs multiple issues with some sound drivers, and patches a problem in the IPv4 network protocol. See below for more details on what exactly has been changed.

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