Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd Jan 2006 16:45 UTC, submitted by diegocg
Linux Linux 2.6.15 has been released after two months and a week of development. You can check the comprehensible changelog or grep the full changelog. There are some new features like shared subtrees, UDP fragmentation offload, PPP MPPE encryption (VPN), NTFS write support (except for creating files), PPC64 thermal improvements, support for the late-2005 powerbook series, SATA passthru support (for SMART), console rotation for fbcon, nf_conntrack subsystem, some scalability and performance improvements, and lots of other changes. As always, download it from, or wait for your distributor to ship it.
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by Cramit on Tue 3rd Jan 2006 21:47 UTC
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Are they ever going to stabiliz the 2.6 kernal and start a 2.7 dev kernal. I don't really like the fact that features are being added to the main branch of the kernel...I like stability, and I don't think i am the only one

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