The current 2.6 development kernel is 2.6.30-rc3
on April 21.
"The diffstat really shows lots of small one-liners and two-liners,
although there are areas that are getting bigger patches (ignoring the
bulky but uninteresting arm defconfig updates): some x86 updates, some
block IO scheduling fixes, splice cleanups and fixes, and a number of
driver changes (sound, networking, staging, usb).
" The short-form
changelog is in the announcement, or see the
for all the details.
The current stable 2.6 release remains 184.108.40.206; there have been no
stable 2.6 updates since April 2.
For the fans of extreme stability, though, 220.127.116.11 was released on
April 19. "Most of these fixes concern minor
security issues which have been backported from 2.6 (mostly local DoSes).
In my opinion, only people with local users might consider upgrading, if
those people still exist!"
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