Pile of Kernel Packages

Today, i browsed Linux Kernel site and i found a huge updates on the -Stable version. The last time i saw a -Stable kernel was 2.6.23.1, and now it was 2.6.23.8. I was thinking "Did i miss that much?" I don't think so, since i usually browse the site daily (or once in two days).

So i ran a search on KernelTrap, but i couldn't find anything about it. Next stop would be LWN and i found this article which describes why there are a lot of kernel update series. It's a good step taken by Greg to release the updates in some series because it's easier to review rather than big chunk.

Anyways, i'm downloading it right now....

Popular posts from this blog

NVidia Legacy Unix Driver Update

Python 3.6.0 in SBo 14.2 repository

Security Update: Thunderbird, Seamonkey, libpng, python, samba