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Kernel release status

The current development kernel is 3.4-rc2, released on April 7. It includes a lot of fixes; Linus also decided to pull the DMA mapping rework preparatory patches. That should be the end of the significant merges for this development cycle, though: "I'm going to be stricter about pulls from here on out, there was a lot of 'noise', not just pure fixes." The short-form changelog can be found in the announcement.

Stable updates: there have been no stable updates released in the last week. The 3.0.28, 3.2.15, and 3.3.2 updates are in the review process as of this writing. Each contains a long list of fixes; the final release can be expected on or after April 13.


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Kernel release status

Posted Apr 12, 2012 14:34 UTC (Thu) by error27 (subscriber, #8346) [Link]

What? No quotable quotes this week? Kernel hackers, you need to pull your socks up and get with the program. Start generating more quotes.

Quotes of the week

Posted Apr 12, 2012 21:42 UTC (Thu) by akpm (subscriber, #4826) [Link]

Wha? Wheredego? Do I need to try harder? Watch out for some serious QoTW trolling next week!


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