Torvalds Releases Kernel 2.6.32

Dec 03, 2009

Having been delayed by the Kernel Summit and the Thanksgiving holidays, Linus Torvalds finally releases Kernel 2.6.32.

With less than three months since the last 2.6.31 release, things are pretty much on schedule, says Torvalds in his announcement. He determined that the biggest piece of the pie since -rc8 has been stability fixes for fscache. Other pieces are bugfixes and small updates mainly to drivers, not least of all those for AMD/ATI cards of the Radeon series 2000 through 4000.

A glance at the changelog provides the full details. Download is via

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