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Linux stable kernels 3.0.39-rc1 and 3.4.7-rc1 are now out for review.  After these get out, I can start working on the 3.5-stable releases, so go and test please.
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Newbie here. So we just gotta update to get this?
+Ezar Vasquez No, to test it you need to download the source and compile it. It will show up in your distro's updates later, like maybe in a few weeks.
This is off topic but does come back to this post in a way.  Why are there two stable releases?  Please forgive me but this is a new concept to me and I have been wondering about this for a long time.
Hey people, can anyone help me? i got a kernel panic  in my backtrack installation :)
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