The current development kernel is 3.2-rc3
on November 23. "Anyway,
whether you will be stuffing yourself with turkey tomorrow or not, there's
a new -rc out. I'd love to say that things have been calming down, and that
the number of commits just keep shrinking, but I'd be lying. -rc3 is
actually bigger than -rc2, mainly due to a network update (none in -rc2)
and with Greg doing his normal usb/driver-core/tty/staging thing.
Linus appears to be back on the Wednesday release schedule, so expect -rc4
sometime shortly after this page is published.
Stable updates: the 22.214.171.124, 3.0.11, and 3.1.3 stable kernel updates were released on
November 28; they contained a long list of fixes and (for 3.x) one bit
of USB driver breakage. The 3.0.12 and 3.1.4 updates came out shortly thereafter with
one patch to fix that problem.
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