The current development kernel is 3.1-rc1
on August 7. According to
Notable? It depends on what you look for. VM writeback work? You
got it. And there was some controversy over the iscsi target
code. There's networking changes, there's the rest of the generic
ACL support moving into the VFS layer proper, simplifying the
filesystem code that was often cut-and-paste duplicated boiler
plate. And making us faster at doing it at the same time. And there
are power management interface cleanups.
But there's nothing *huge* here. Looks like a fairly normal release,
as I said. Unless I've forgotten something.
All the details can be
found in the
Stable updates: 3.0.1 was released
on August 4 with a long list of fixes. 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 came out on August 8. Greg has
let it be known that the maintenance period for the 2.6.33 kernel may be
coming to an end before too long.
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