Linux 3.3 rc7
Mar 12, 2012, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"I had been hoping that -rc6 would be the last -rc, but no such
luck. Things just haven't calmed down sufficiently for me to feel
comfy doing a final 3.3 release without another -rc, so here we
are: 3.3-rc7 is out.
Now, none of the fixes here are all that scary in themselves,
but there were just too many of them, and across various
subsystems. Networking, memory management, drivers, you name it.
And instead of having fewer commits than in -rc6, we have more of
them. So my hope that things would calm down simply just didn't
I really would prefer not having an -rc8, though. And I do think
we're in fairly good shape, I just didn't think we were quite there
yet for a release. Thus this will hopefully *really* be the final