Linux 5.12-rc2 was released on Friday, but on Sunday, it seemed that kernel developers were not idle. Greg kroah Hartman released a series of stable kernel updates, including Linux 5.11.4 and 5.10.21lts. I usually don't write the kernel. After the official version is released, the following small versions are minor repairs, but this time there are some outstanding changes worth emphasizing.
For example, in Linux 5.11.4, some jobs originally belonging to 5.12 have been incorporated.
The main updates are as follows:
-From the Linux 5.12 hardware driver back to pioneer djm-750 DJ mixer support. In addition, quirk of pioneer djm-450 is added.
-Added some Intel ASoC voice support for various tablets.
-Add voice support for Intel NUC 10 to Realtek HDA code.
-All kinds of small bug repair.
Meanwhile, the kernel team released Linux 5.4.103, 4.19.179, 4.14.224, 4.9.260 and 4.4.260 today.