Linux Kernel 5.2.1 Stable

Here are some of the major new changes in Kernel 5.0:

AMD Radeon FreeSync support
Support for a new VegaM
NVIDIA Xavier display support
Continued work on Intel Icelake Gen11 graphics
Initial support for the NXP i.MX8 SoCs
Support for the Allwinner T3, Qualcomm QCS404, and NXP Layerscape LX2160A
Intel VT-d Scalable Mode support for Scalable I/O Virtualization
New Intel Stratix 10 FPGA drivers
Fixes for F2FS, EXT4 and XFS
Btrfs file-system restores support for swap files
Fscrypt Adiantum support for helping with fast data encryption on low-end hardware. This replaces the infamous Speck algorithm by NSA.
Realtek R8169 driver improvements
Logitech High Resolution Scrolling support
Raspberry Pi Touchscreen driver
x86 laptop drivers improvement
Thunderbolt security enhancement
Support for the Chameleon96 Intel FPGA board
Improved power management

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