Release Notes: This release has a few bugfixes, so all users of the 2.6.22 series are encouraged to update to it. People with laptops will particularly appreciate the power savings in this release.
Release Notes: Hundreds of various bugfixes, patches, and updates were made.
Release Notes: This release reverts the vfs_unlink fix, which has been reported to cause severe kernel panics at boot. Users of hf32.5 are urged to upgrade to this version. Download permissions will be removed for 32.5 on the site.
Release Notes: This release adds two fixes, for a recent IPVS fix which left a refcnt problem in ip_vs_conn_expire_now which could cause mid-term/long-term stability problems, and for multicast source filters which did not work on IPv6. People not using IPv6 nor IPVS have no reason to upgrade.
Release Notes: Four minor networking fixes, one minor floating point signal handling fix, and one major fix for an overflow which affects x86 systems with more than 4 GB RAM were done. Equivalent fixes for 2.4.29 and 2.4.30 are also available on the site.
Release Notes: This release features a newly added TPM driver required for certain IBM Thinkpad models. Various driver updates were made for DVB, USB, networking, sound, and SATA. The CIFS, JFS, and XFS filesystems have been incorporated. Extended support for AMD/Intel dual core CPUs and SuperHyway Bus has been added. IPv6 support has been declared stable. SELinux and software suspend have both been improved. The device mapper now supports multipathing. Address space randomization has been implemented.
Release Notes: This release fixes oopses in ALSA and I2C, deadlocks with IPSec and read/write semaphores, race conditions in jbd, and a few other bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes broken NFS in 2.6.8.
Release Notes: -pre5 contained a deadly mistake in one of the fs patches, which has been fixed. This release contains SPARC/x86-64 updates, networking and crypto updates, and others.
Release Notes: Many changes, but most of them are fairly small. The /proc/PID/stat oops that multiple people reported has been fixed. There is a workaround for an Athlon prefetch bug (occasional spurious page faults). Serverworks PIO autotuning and some cpufrequency calculations have been fixed. NFS O_DIRECT works. There are also some architecture and driver updates.