The 3.7 kernel is out
on December 10.
"Anyway, it's been a somewhat drawn out release despite the 3.7 merge
window having otherwise appeared pretty straightforward, and none of
the rc's were all that big either. But we're done, and this means that
the merge window will close on Christmas eve.
" Of course, "drawn
out" is a relative term; at 72 days, this cycle is only a few days
above average in length.
Headline features in this kernel include 64-bit
, improved security with supervisor-mode access prevention
SMB 2.1 support, server-side TCP fast
support, signed kernel modules
and more. See the
KernelNewbies 3.7 page
and 3.4.22, containing a build error fix,
were released on December 5. The rather larger 3.2.35 update was released on
3.6.10 were released on December 10.
No stable updates are in the review process as of this writing.
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