On September 29, renowned kernel developer and maintainer of several Linux branches Greg Kroah-Hartman had the pleasure of announcing the immediate availability for download of the second point of Linux kernel 4.2.
Looking at the appended shortlog, Linux kernel 4.2.2 is here to add various improvements to the ARM64, PowerPC (PPC), ARM, H8/300, M32R, MIPS, PA-RISC, s390, unicore32, and x86 instruction set architectures, update the Btrfs, CIFS, eCryptfs, EXT4, HFS, HFS+, JBD2, and NFS filesystems, as well as patch several networking, block, and sound security flaws.
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