The current 2.6 prepatch is 2.6.5-rc3
, which was announced
by Linus on March 29.
Additions this time around include lots of architecture
updates, an AGPGART update, a few networking tweaks, an ACPI update, and
various fixes. "Nothing earth-shattering
," says Linus; things
seem to be slowly settling down toward a real 2.6.5 release. See the long-format changelog
for the details.
Linus's BitKeeper repository, as of this writing, contains an ALSA update,
some PowerPC updates, and various other fixes.
The current tree from Andrew Morton is 2.6.5-rc3-mm2. Recent additions to -mm include
some architecture updates, more scheduler work, a reworked laptop mode
patch, support for huge serial ATA requests (see below), and lots of fixes.
The current 2.4 prepatch is 2.4.26-rc1, announced by Marcelo on March 28.
Previously, 2.4.26-pre6 had come out on
March 25. Recent changes include lots of fixes and support for
Intel's AMD64-like IA32e architecture.
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