Linux Kernel 3.12.10 Now Available

"The Linux Kernel 3.12.10 is now available for the users and all the users of 3.12 kernel series must upgrade", announced Greg Kroah-Hartman. This version comes with plenty of fixes and improvements.
 
Highlights of fixes and improvements of Linux kernel 3.12.10:
  • Support to get the ID and the revision of a SoC has been added (ARM).
  • A crash when dereferencing NULL pointer has been fixed.
  • The ALSA silent output on MacBook Air 1.1 has been fixed.
  • A missing endian conversion for fw_tsf has been added.
  • Missing cleanup in .start () error path has been fixed.
  • A network portal creation race has been fixed (target/iscsi).
  • An off-by-one bug in EFI Boot Services reservation has been fixed (x86/efi).
  • An infinite loop is now avoided when sg urb requires too many trbs (xhci).
  • The wrong 11ac bits setting in fw_cap_info has been fixed (mwifiex).
  • Duplicate entries with the same destination-IP are now avoided (tcp).
  • CS5 quirk for broken smartcard readers has been added (USB).
Download Linux kernel 3.12.10 to see what’s new in this release. Read the official announcement for more information on the Linux Kernel 3.12.10 .