Linux 5.6 Kernel Released

Linus Torvalds recently announced the release of the Linux 5.6 kernel featuring WireGuard, New AMD, USB4, and Intel hardware support.

The release of the Linux 5.6 stable kernel also means that the Linux 5.7 merge window is now open for business.
Linux 5.6 features WireGuard, USB4, open-source NVIDIA RTX 2000 series support, AMD Pollock enablement and lots of new hardware support.
Some of the other exciting changes include: multi-path TCP bits are finally going mainline, the new AMD TEE driver for tapping the Secure Processor, the first signs of AMD Zen 3, and better AMD Zen/Zen2 thermal and power reporting under Linux.
You can visit the official announcement here.

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