Linux Kernel 4.2.7 Is Out with ARM, x86, MIPS, and IPv6 Improvements, Updated Drivers

Linux kernel 4.2.7 includes pretty much the same changes that have been implemented in Linux kernel 4.3.1, such as dozens of improvements to the ARM, x86, MIPS, s390, and AMR64 (AArch64) hardware architectures, various USB sound driver enhancements, as well as multiple networking updates, especially for things like IPv6, IPv4, Bluetooth, IrDA, mac80211, Netlink, NFC, RDS, TIPC (Transparent Inter-Process Communication), and Wireless.

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