Linux 2.4.35 Kernel Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 26 July 2007 at 09:00 PM EDT. Add A Comment
If you're still stuck in the Linux 2.4 kernel series, you'll be happy to know that the Linux 2.4.35 kernel has been released. This kernel comes after six months of work and integrates the changes made in the Linux 2.4.34.6 kernel combined with a number of new PCI IDs, support for high-speed USB HID, and a variety of other improvements for 2.4 kernel users. The 2.4.34.x kernel branch is now closed, but the Linux 2.4.35.x branch is open for patches. Read more at LKML.
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