back to article Linus Torvalds releases 'pedestrian' Linux Kernel 6.2, urges testers to show it some love

Linus Torvalds has, as foreshadowed, released version 6.2 of the Linux Kernel. "So here we are, right on (the extended) schedule, with 6.2 out," Torvalds posted to the Linux Kernel mailing list on Sunday. It's not a sexy LTS release like 6.1, but regular kernels want some test love too A few small fixes emerged over the …

  1. Fruit and Nutcase Silver badge

    Nearly 18 hours after this article appeared, there are no comments. Obviously the testers are getting on with it

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Older than ancient

    And if you needed a reminder that Linux powers all sorts of devices, another inclusion for 6.3 addresses improved support for analog TVs and the 525- or 625-line displays that the NSTC and PAL standards define. ®

    So the kernel project has been going around clearing out ancient stuff like pre McKusick filesystems and discussion on whether or not to allow Itanic to sink below the surface. Now someone has come up with new bits for analogue display standards. Was this a 70th birthday present for the color version of NSTC?

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