Linked by diegocg on Sun 22nd Jul 2012 19:09 UTC
Linux Linux kernel 3.5 has been released. New features include support for metadata checksums in Ext4, userspace probes for performance profiling with systemtap/perf, a simple sandboxing mechanism that can filter syscalls, a new network queue management algorithm designed to fight bufferbloat, support for checkpointing and restoring TCP connections, support for TCP Early Retransmit (RFC 5827), support for android-style opportunistic suspend, btrfs I/O failure statistics, and SCSI over Firewire and USB. Here's the full list of changes.
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OT: why sid still on 3.2?
by r0b0 on Mon 23rd Jul 2012 06:45 UTC
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Anyone knows why debian unstable (which I'm running) is still on 3.2?

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RE: OT: why sid still on 3.2?
by Lennie on Mon 23rd Jul 2012 12:56 in reply to "OT: why sid still on 3.2?"
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I think because Debian is working on making a release ? They are (almost) in freeze ?

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RE: OT: why sid still on 3.2?
by judgen on Mon 23rd Jul 2012 15:06 in reply to "OT: why sid still on 3.2?"
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If you want a newer kernel added to SID, just add the repos from aptosid-kernel. Then you get new kernels more often. And totally compatible with SID.

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