Zack’s Kernel News

Zack’s Kernel News

Article from Issue 140/2012
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Linux 2.4 Status

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Linux 2.4 Status

The 2.4 kernel can still be found running on servers – and perhaps even on some desktop systems. Willy Tarreau has maintained the source tree for years, but a little more than a year and a half ago he announced that if he didn’t get any more critical fixes for it after a year, he’d call it done and stop putting out any more releases.

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