Linux Kernel 3.10.90 LTS Is Out with IPv6, ARM64, and PowerPC Improvements

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After announcing the release of the Linux kernel 3.14.54 LTS on the first day of October, developer Greg Kroah-Hartman comes now with news about the ninetieth maintenance version of the long-term supported Linux 3.10 kernel branch.
According to the appended shortlog, Linux kernel 3.10.90 LTS is here to add multiple improvements to the ARM64, PowerPC (PPC), x86, and PA-RISC introduction set architectures, as well as various enhancements to the HFS, HFS+, and NFS filesystems.

Additionally, Linux kernel 3.10.90 LTS greatly enhances the networking support, in particular for the IPv6 and IPv4 network protocols, but also for things like NetLink, mac80211, Radio Data System (RDS), Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP), and Transparent Inter-Process Communication (TIPC).
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