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Kernel release status

The 3.4 kernel is out, released on May 20. Significant features in this release include the Yama security module, support for the x32 ABI, asymmetric multiprocessing support, the dm-verity device mapper target, and more. For details, see the always-excellent KernelNewbies 3.4 page.

The 3.5 merge window is open as of this writing; see the separate article below for a summary of interesting changes merged so far.

Stable updates: 3.0.32 and 3.3.7 were released on May 21, 3.2.18 on May 21, and 2.6.34.12 on May 22.


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