I thought it would be easier to do a round of stable kernel releases in the middle of the larger kernel merge window, to prevent the next round from being so big (given that there are a lot of patches usually applying during the -rc1 merge window cycle).
So, I’ve now done:
- Linux 220.127.116.11-rc1 release
- Linux 3.0.17-rc1 release
- Linux 3.1.9-rc1 release
- Linux 3.2.1-rc1 release
Please go test and let me know if there are any problems with any of these kernels. If I’ve missed any patches that you feel should be in them, also please let me know.
Note, this is most likely going to be the LAST 3.1.y kernel release, so please move off to the 3.2 kernel at this point in time. Maintaining so many different kernel branches all at once is not trivial, and I want to minimize it if at all possible.
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