"New kernels are always exciting (in a good way). Lots of new
features, fixes, and updates make it always exciting to build,
install, and test, but please don't do it on production systems. As
part of the process of testing a new kernel it is always good to
read about it first. A great place to start reading is the Kernel
"Don't let the name put you off - the site has some very good
higher level summaries of the kernel. It talks about some of the
major changes and additions or deletions, and also gives you some
warning about changes. When reading the 2.6.32 summary I ran across
a very interesting bit of information:"
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