Release Notes: The biggest change is the replacement of the low-latency stuff with the lock-breaking extension for the preempt patch. The next biggest change is the addition of the LSM security code, and SE-Linux. A poster of the kernel has been generated (either as an image you can posterize to suit, or as a 6x6 set of A4 postscript files).
Release Notes: This is a rebuild of the FOLK patch; most kernel options compile correctly. Not everything from FOLK 2.2.x has been migrated yet.
Release Notes: Two new VME drivers, merging of KGI, korbot, and ppscsi, merging up to Alan Cox's 2.4.9-ac12, and updates to VAX architecture, JFS, XFS, i2c/lm_sensors, and badmem.
Release Notes: Many new patches, including (but not limited to) SELinux, the GetRewted patch, PPS, the Transputer Link driver and the Tekram DC395/DC315 driver. Upgrades include 2.4.9-ac3 and the latest XFS c
Release Notes: This release was uograded to Alan Cox' -ac5. Some more obscure drivers were added, and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: XFS compiles. WINE acceleration has been added. An assortment of device drivers have been added. MOXIS has been updated, and xconfig works.
Release Notes: New Controller Area Network, Fieldbus Communications Interface, Leech-O-Meter Traffic Monitor, IBM's Dynamic Probes, and SGI's Scheduled Transfer Protocol, XFS updates, fixes for compilation bugs, and reinserting SGI's Kernel Debugger.
Release Notes: Addition of IBM's MWave driver and Inbound Connection Controls, updates to ALSA, CI Clustering Software, ext3 driver, IPPersonality, Real-Time Scheduler, and MOSIX, and upgrading Alan Cox' patch to 2.4.7-ac3.
Release Notes: A fix for the init/boot problem, upgrades to 2.4.7-ac1, HP Scheduler Patch v10, CI v 0.5.6, the latest CVS snapshots of i2c, lm_sensors2, JFS and XFS, and the latest MOSIX code, and merging in more of Andrea Archangeli's patch collection.
Release Notes: JFS and XFS have been updated. MOSIX, Multiple Root Patch, and OneSigPerFD patch have been added. This is the first round of Real-Time Scheduler bugfixes.