Stable kernel 188.8.131.52 has been released. It is fairly large set of patches, with changes all over the tree, along with at least one security fix. Users of 2.6.32 are, as usual, very strongly encouraged to upgrade.
Warning: Do not do this on a production machine.If it breaks you get to keep all pieces. No support for this in the Crunchbang Forums!It works like this: 0. Prerequisites: apt-get install git build-essential 1.
On February 18, Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the immediate availability for download of the forth maintenance release for the stable Linux 3.7.x kernel series. Linux kernel 3.7.9 comes with quite a few patches, and an upgrade is recommended to all users of the previous versions, even if it’s just a maintenance release. ... (read more)
Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the immediate availability for download of Linux kernel 3.0.76 LTS.This is a very small update for the 3.0.x branch of Linux kernel, with just a handful of commits and changes.“This is the start of the stable review cycle for the 3.0.76 release.
I'm looking at getting the 3.2 kernel for my laptop, since it increases battery life quite a bit, from what i understand.So my question is, is Sid stable enough to just run Unstable? I know by its very nature being labelled 'unstable', I should expect breakages. But testing seemed might stable to me, and Crunchbang, whose name suggests unstability is also stable.