Linux kernel, 2.1.131, is released.

Linux kernel version 2.1.131 has been released.  It is available from:

Patch:      ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.1/patch-2.1.131.gz
Full source:    ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.1/linux-2.1.131.tar.gz

Sizes in bytes          Compressed  Uncompressed
Patch                                51532            177079
Full source                       12518811          52920320

Linus Torvalds

2.1.131 is out there now – and will be the last kernel release
for a while. I’m going to Finland for a week and a half, and will
be back mid December. During that time I hope people will beat on
this. I’ll be able to read email when I’m gone, but as I haven’t
been back in over a year, I’m not very likely to.

Alan, I have got any replies (positive or negative) about the
VFS fixes in pre-2.1.131-3 (which are obviously in the real 131
too), so I hope that means that I successfully fixed all
filesystems. The chance of that being true is remote, but hey, I
can hope. If not, I assume you’ll be doing your ac patches anyway
(any bugs wrt rmdir() should be fairly obvious once seen), and
people might as well consider those official..