Linux Kernel 3.2 Stable Version Officially Come in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin)

Linux Kernel 3.2 stable version uploaded by Canonical Kernel Team on the official software repositories for the upcoming Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) operating system.

Linux Kernel 3.2 Stable Version Officially Come in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin2 Linux Kernel 3.2 Stable Version Officially Come in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin)

Last week on 6th january 2011, Linux Kernel 3.2 was released. bringing features like better support for large files by supporting block sizes bigger than 4KB and up to 1MB in EXT4, upper limits of CPU time can now be set in the process scheduler, lots of Btrfs improvements, thin provisioning and recursive snapshots in the Device Mapper.

Changelog Kernel Linux 3.2.0-8.14 (precise pangolin)

[Config] enable CONFIG_SND_USB_6FIRE
- LP: #912197
* rebase to mainline v3.2 final release
* updateconfigs following rebase to v3.2 final
* ubuntu: AUFS — add BOM and automated update script
* ubuntu: AUFS — include the aufs_types.h file in linux-libc-headers
- LP: #684666
* ubuntu: AUFS — update aufs-update to track new locations of headers
* ubuntu: AUFS — clean up the aufs updater and BOM
* ubuntu: AUFS — documentation on updating aufs2
* ubuntu: AUFS — aufs3-base.patch
* ubuntu: AUFS — aufs3-standalone.patch
* ubuntu: AUFS — fix undefined __devcgroup_inode_permission
* ubuntu: AUFS — fix undefined security_path_link
* ubuntu: AUFS — update to 4cf5db36bcd9748e8e7270022f295f84d1fc2245
* ubuntu: AUFS — updateconfigs following update
* ubuntu: AUFS — suppress benign plink warning messages
- LP: #621195
* ubuntu: AUFS — enable in config and makefile
* ubuntu: AUFS — disable in favor of overlayfs
* [Config] linux-virtual — should include the extX modules
- LP: #912308

[ Tyler Hicks ]

* SAUCE: eCryptfs: Improve statfs reporting
- LP: #885744

[ Upstream Kernel Changes ]

* rebase to upstream v3.2

If you using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Alpha, now you can upgrade their Linux kernel to Linux Kernel 3.2 from the Software Update app or via the terminal by typing command:

sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

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