Enterprise Linux Log

Jul 9 2007   8:07AM GMT

Linux 2.6.22 kernel released (architectural changes edition)



Posted by: ITKE
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The latest stable version of the Linux kernel dropped over the weekend. Linus Torvalds had this to say in the kernel mailing list:

Not a whole lot of changes since -rc7: some small architecture changes (ppc, mips, blackfin), and most of those are defconfig updates. Various driver fixes: new PCI ID’s along with some ide, ata and networking fixes (for example – the magic wireless libertas ioctl’s got removed, they may be re-added later, hopefully in a more generic form, but in the meantime this doesn’t make a release with new interfaces that aren’t universally liked) … And various random fixes for regressions and other buglets.

And there you have it. Happy Monday.

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