The Linux 2.6.16 kernel has been released today. Information on this version is available below. CHANGES Linux 2.6.16 Patch
Tonight Linus Torvalds has made available the Linux 2.6.16-rc6 kernel. This latest testing kernel certainly has its fair share of changes, as can be seen from the change-log. As always, this kernel is available from Kernel.org and the full change-log.
Released this morning is the new Linux 126.96.36.199 stable kernel. The new kernel merely addresses a few issues from the 188.8.131.52 as it doesn't now reset rskq_defer_accept in reqsk_queue_alloc, offers a fs/nfs/direct.c compile fix, mempolicy.c compile fix, makes sure BITS_PER_BYTE is defined, and [IA64] die_if_kernel() can return (CVE-2006-0742). These changes won't largely effect most users, however, they are worth mentioning none the less. The Linux 184.108.40.206 kernel can be found at Kernel.org.
Last night the Linux 2.6.16-rc5 kernel was released. Inside of this latest release candidate is a collection of random fixes in random areas. Here is the 2.6.16-rc5 kernel change-log. As always, the latest stable and development Linux kernels is available at Kernel.org.
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