The current development kernel is 3.2-rc2
on November 15. "And for
being an -rc2 release of a pretty large merge-window, it seems to be quite
reasonably sized. In fact, despite this having been the largest linux-next
in a release in our linux-next history (I think), rc2 has the exact same
number of commits since rc1 as we had during the 3.1 release.
are lots of fixes and a couple of ktest improvements.
Stable updates: the 3.0.9 and 3.1.1 stable kernels were released on
November 11. Both contain a very long list of important fixes.
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