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Linux Kernel 2.6.7 is released

Linux Kernel 2.6.7 is released and available for download at

Linus Torvalds has announced Linux kernel 2.6.7:

Ok, it's out there. The most notable change may be the one-liner that should fix the embarrassing FP exception problem. Other than that, we've had a random collection of fixes and updates since rc3. cifs, ntfs, cpufreq. ide, sparc, s390.

Full 2.6.6->2.6.7 changelog available at the same places the release is.


The new release includes many bug since last release. Other importantly changes are related to code controlling the CPU frequency, reiserfs support for quotas and better support for extended attributes, USB subsystem handling and NTFS file-system write support.

A number of new drivers were added to provide better support for the latest computer equipment.

The new kernel is available at and can also be found on your local kernel mirror.

All changes since last release:

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