Some of the highlights include support for a few Btrfs file-system fixes, a new Intel HDA controller in ALSA, and just a variety of other bug-fixes now that the 2.6.34 merge window was closed when the first release candidate for the Linux 2.6.34 kernel was made available nearly two weeks ago.
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