Caution - 2.3.3 is a development kernel and development
kernels are going to be unstable and shouldn't be used unless you
know what you're doing.
Linux writes on linux-kernel:
There's a Linux-2.3.3 out there on ftp.kernel.org, this one hopefully fixes
pretty much all the waitqueue changes (and I'll disable waitqueue
debugging in 2.3.4 unless something comes up).
And yes, before anybody tells me, I know I forgot to increment
the version number. So "uname" is goign to report 2.3.2 unless you
fix that by hand.
I'm also leaving for a very quick trip to Finland in another two
hours, so don't bother emailing me - please discuss isues on the
kernel list, and I'll catch up when I get back on Friday (yes, I'll
spen as much time in airplanes as I do on the ground - fun,