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#1: Fwd: kernel.org 3.0.4 rc version

Posted on 2011-10-11 12:26:46 by Prashant Batra

Hello,

I am trying to download stable 3.0 kernel.
Kernel.org shows 3.0.4 is stable but download is not available from there.
So, I moved to git, but git seems to store all the repository, so
wanted to know which version of kernel 3.0-rc<version> is the tagged
as kernel 3.0.4.
Is it 3.0-rc4?

Regards,
Prashant
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#2: Re: kernel.org 3.0.4 rc version

Posted on 2011-10-12 08:45:51 by Richard Genoud

2011/10/11 Prashant Batra <prashant0100@gmail.com>:
> Hello,
> I am trying to download stable 3.0 kernel.
> Kernel.org shows 3.0.4 is stable but download is not available from there.
> So, I moved to git, but git seems to store all the repository, so
> wanted to know which version of kernel 3.0-rc<version> is the tagged
> as kernel 3.0.4.
> Is it 3.0-rc4?
>
> Regards,
> Prashant
no, 3.0-rc4 is the release candidate, you should not use it.
to get stable release, you should get the stable tree :
http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stabl e.git;a=summary
There's a tag v3.0.6 in it, that's the one you should use.

richard.
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