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     * Linux Distributions built upon Ubuntu 18.04 and derivatives,​ like Linux Mint, KDE Neon etc. must update the Kernel to one of the mentioned above. For Ubuntu there is an [[https://​github.com/​pimlie/​ubuntu-mainline-kernel.sh|Kernel update script]] available that helps fetching and installing newer Linux Kernels from the Ubuntu Kernel PPA. I can confirm it works for KDE Neon as well.     * Linux Distributions built upon Ubuntu 18.04 and derivatives,​ like Linux Mint, KDE Neon etc. must update the Kernel to one of the mentioned above. For Ubuntu there is an [[https://​github.com/​pimlie/​ubuntu-mainline-kernel.sh|Kernel update script]] available that helps fetching and installing newer Linux Kernels from the Ubuntu Kernel PPA. I can confirm it works for KDE Neon as well.
     * Ubuntu 20.04 already comes with Kernel 5.4.x so it supports the MC7000 Audio Interface out-of-the-box. A fresh install is recommended but you can read further how to [[https://​ubuntu.com/​tutorials/​tutorial-upgrading-ubuntu-desktop#​1-before-you-start|upgrade Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04]].     * Ubuntu 20.04 already comes with Kernel 5.4.x so it supports the MC7000 Audio Interface out-of-the-box. A fresh install is recommended but you can read further how to [[https://​ubuntu.com/​tutorials/​tutorial-upgrading-ubuntu-desktop#​1-before-you-start|upgrade Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04]].
-    * OpenSUSE Tumbleweed is currently on Kernel 5.6.supporting the MC7000 Audio Interface. +    * OpenSUSE Tumbleweed is currently on Kernel 5.6.supporting the MC7000 Audio Interface. 
-    * Manjaro Linux 20.0 was just released with Linux Kernel 5.4.35 supporting the MC7000 Audio Interface.+    * Manjaro Linux 19.0 and 20.0 feature ​Linux Kernel 5.4.supporting the MC7000 Audio Interface.
 ===== Mapping ===== ===== Mapping =====
 ==== How to get the mapping ==== ==== How to get the mapping ====
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