The 3.1 kernel is out
Linus on October 24. Headline features in this somewhat delayed release include
improved Xen memory management, enhancements to process tracing (the
command), enhancements to
to ease the finding of holes in files, OpenRISC
architecture support, and more.
As of this writing, some 4400 patches have been pulled into the mainline
for the 3.2 release. Trees pulled thus far include networking, USB,
staging, and security; a full merge
window summary will appear in next week's edition.
Stable updates: 3.0.8 was released
on October 25 with the usual pile of important fixes.
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