Release Notes: Among other fixes, there are bugfixes to IPSec, SMP rebooting, ALSA surround output, a crash while reading /proc/net/route, and IRQ freeing.
Release Notes: A fix was made for a remote Linux DoS attack on PPP servers (CAN-2005-0384).
Release Notes: This release includes a RAID 6 compilation fix on PPC and an ACPI fix for broken Dell keyboards.
Release Notes: InfiniBand support was added. New LinuxTV DVB code was landed. ALSA 1.0.8 was included. Updates were made for x86-64, ia64, ppc, arm, and mips. Updates were made to ACPI, DRI, SCSI, and XFS.
Release Notes: This release contains mostly a lot of small fixes since 2.6.10-rc3, with the biggest thing being the CIFS update and the switch to the new DVB frontend driver world order. There has been some MMC and USB work, too, and ARM updates as usual.
Release Notes: ALSA 1.0.6 and Megaraid 2.20.4 are included.
Release Notes: This release fixes broken NFS in 2.6.8.
Release Notes: NTFS, XFS, reiserfs, and ACPI were updated. Some small virtual memory patches. Various architecture updates and lots of fixes were made. ext2 and ext3 filesystem performance was significantly improved. The "laptop mode" patch was added. POSIX message queues, 4KB stacks for the i386 architecture, non-executable stack support for several architectures, the lightweight auditing framework, the "completely fair queueing" I/O scheduler, TCP "Vegas" congestion avoidance, and many more features were implemented.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This version includes support for the Intel "ia32e" architecture, a UTF-8 TTY mode, dynamic PTY allocation, sysfs support for SCSI tapes and bluetooth devices, support for large numbers of groups, a generic kernel thread infrastructure, an HFS filesystem rewrite, an R128 DRI driver security fix, the groundwork for the hotplug CPU code, and many, many fixes.