The current development kernel remains 3.3-rc2
; there have been no
3.3 prepatches released in the last week.
The Stable updates picture is somewhat more complicated.
and 3.2.3 were released on February 3
with a long list of patches.
3.2.4 followed shortly thereafter to fix a
build failure introduced in 3.2.3.
On February 6, 3.0.20 and 3.2.5 were released. These were single-patch updates containing the fix to the ASPM-related problem that would significantly
increase power consumption on some systems. This patch has been treated
with some care: it seems to work, but nobody really knows if it might cause
behavioral problems on some obscure hardware. That said, at this point, it
seems safe enough to have found its way into a stable update.
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