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iproute2 3.2.0

From:  Stephen Hemminger <>
Subject:  [ANNOUNCE] iproute2 3.2.0
Date:  Thu, 5 Jan 2012 14:42:01 -0800
Message-ID:  <>
Archive-link:  Article

Linus released 3.2, and this means it is time for another release
of iproute2. Lots of little build and typo fixes.
The real visible changes in this release are:
  * better manual pages
  * L2TPv3 support
  * improved RED options
  * netem additions for loss models
  * iptables integration fixes



This version is signed with my GPG public key

Report problems (or enhancements) to the mailing list.

Eric Dumazet (5):
      ss: report ecnseen
      red: give a hint about burst value
      red: make burst optional
      red: harddrop support and cleanups
      netem: fix a typo in explain()

Florian Westphal (1):
      tc: man: add man page for stochastic fair blue

Greg Rose (1):
      iproute2: Add new command to ip link to enable/disable VF spoof check

Hagen Paul Pfeifer (1):
      netem: add man-page

Jan Engelhardt (3):
      iproute2: avoid use of implicit declarations
      iproute2: proper detection of libxtables position and flags
      iproute2: fix calling up the xt action

Stephen Hemminger (14):
      Update to 3.2.0-rc2 headers
      Split up ip man page
      Update to latest 3.2 kernel headers
      netem: fix man page
      netem: add support for 4 state and GE loss model
      libnetlink: change rtnl_send() to take void *
      libnetlink: add more attribute functions
      libnetlink: remove unused junk callback
      libnetlink: add attribute access inline functions
      l2tp: Add l2tp support
      ematch: fix warning about yyerror and const
      ematch: fix warning about unused input()
      README cleanup's

Thomas Jarosch (2):
      tc: Remove unused variable 'res'.
      tc: Use correct variable type for get_distribution() result

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