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Linux Kernel 3.18.28 LTS Brings Btrfs and EXT4 Improvements, Updated Drivers

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After reporting news on the release of Linux 3.14.63 and Linux 3.10.99 long-term supported kernels, today we inform our readers about the availability of the twenty-eighth maintenance build for the Linux 3.18 LTS kernel series.

The announcement for Linux kernel 3.18.28 LTS has been posted by its maintainer, renowned kernel developer Sasha Levin, who published links to the updated 3.18.y git tree, which users can browse by clicking the link below, along with the diff from the 3.18.27 maintenance release.

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Also: Linux Kernel 4.1.19 LTS Has IPv6, IPv4, and Btrfs Fixes, Many Updated Drivers

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