Download of the day: Linux kernel 2.6.24

The Linux kernel version 2.6.24 has been released and available for download. From the announcement:

The release is out there (both git trees and as tarballs/patches), and for the next week many kernel developers will be at (or flying into/out of) LCA in Melbourne, so let’s hope it’s a good one. Nothing earth-shattering happened since -rc8, although the new set of ACPI blacklist entries and some network driver updates makes the diffstat show that there was more than the random sprinkling of one-liners all over the tree.

Download Linux kernel 2.6.24

=> Visit official kernel website to grab latest version. You may find our kernel compiling instructions useful.

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7 comments… add one
  • sajjad May 19, 2012 @ 10:46

    hi
    thanks for your website

  • vinod Jun 16, 2009 @ 12:54

    i need detail(meaning) of all argument of sysctl.conf responsible for kernel tuning

  • prashant Mar 10, 2008 @ 10:56

    I need to compile kernel with latest drivers for
    nic

  • prashant Mar 10, 2008 @ 10:55

    need driver support

  • Bob Robertson Jan 28, 2008 @ 16:16

    You must be joking! Using a cron job to do system updates is insane, you never know when something is going to be removed against your will.

    If you update, do it knowing full well exactly what is going to be changing, FIRST.

  • Nilesh Jan 26, 2008 @ 2:12

    Who’ll keep compiling kernel !!!! :p
    Use package manger and cron job to update everyday !! :p

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