Release Notes: This release fixes several security issues, one possible panic on IA-64, and several possible DoS issues in 32-bit emulation on 64-bit machines. NFS client handling of long symlinks has been fixed. IA-64, x86_64, SPARC-64, and PPC-64 users should upgrade ASAP. The build process has been reworked, and an RSS feed is now provided to keep up-to-date. 2.4.29-hf16 and 2.4.30-hf9 arealso provided.
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: A security fix was made to zisofs. The zlib fixes were updated. A potential memory corruption in netfilter NAT was fixed. SYN+PSH+ACK is permitted in netfilter's unclean match. isofs options are now parsed correctly. A missing return was added to the redblacktree functions. The missing code to build Alpha AXP Cabriolet is now linked. Users of previous hotfixes are encouraged to upgrade. Version 2.4.30 and 2.4.29 also available.
Release Notes: A recent vulnerability discovered in zlib (CAN-2005-1849) was fixed. A race condition in IPVS which could lead to an oops has been fixed. A few minor other bugs fixed. Users should upgrade.
Release Notes: Davem's socket hashing fix was reverted. Six patches from Julien Tinnes were added to protect several serial drivers from potential NULL dereferences.
Release Notes: Various security fixes affecting SPARC-64 and x86_64, two fixes related to bluetooth, one bugfix affecting netlink sockets hashing, and a build fix for newer binutils. Updates for 2.4.30 and 2.4.29 are also available on the site.
Release Notes: Several security fixes, tg3 updates, x86_64 updates, SATA updates, and I2C fixes.
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: A local security issue has been fixed.