The current development kernel remains 2.6.34-rc3
, but -rc4 can be
expected at almost any time. Quite a few patches have gone in since -rc3;
most are fixes, but there's also a 4200-file cleanup from Tejun Heo and
a new driver for Chelsio T4-based Ethernet adapters.
Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of four separate stable kernels:
220.127.116.11. These are fairly sizable
updates, weighing in at 45, 89, 116, and 156 patches respectively (at
review time anyway, a few patches may have been dropped). As usual, all users are
strongly encouraged to upgrade. In addition, it sounds like stable updates
for the 2.6.31 series are nearing their end, so users of that kernel should
move to .32 or .33.
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