Release Notes: This release featured seven fixes for networking including three for security issues, four fixed drivers, and six other fixes.
Release Notes: Updates were made to NTFS, ALSA, power management, networking (iptables-IPv6, PPP MPPE, PPTP), udev, XFS, SATA, and more. Mounting of shared subtrees is now possible. Version 071 of the user-space part of udev is required.
Release Notes: This hotfix release includes 7 fixes for minor local security issues, 3 major fixes, and 6 minor fixes. Also, it was an opportunity to change the numbering so that all kernels now have the same suffix for the same fix level. Patches are available for 2.4.29 to 2.4.32, both in split and whole forms, to provide the same fix level as 2.4.33-pre1.
Release Notes: Fixes were made regarding ACLs, network, SCSI, and other areas. In total, 17 fixes were made.
Release Notes: Since 2.4 is in deep maintenance mode, there's not much in the way of new features, but this kernel does contain quite a few useful fixes.
Release Notes: A sysctl unregistration oops was fixed.
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: Use of "loadkeys" is now restricted to root only. A mem ordering bug was fixed. An old TCP window clamping bug was fixed. Two IPVS fixes related to persistence were made. A few typos were fixed. Netfilter now builds with gcc-3.4.3. Important fixes were made in sync with 2.4.32-rc2, none of which are terrible, but an upgrade is recommended. 2.4.29-hf17 and 2.4.30-hf10 are also available.