The latest version of Linux is now available for download.
Linus Torvalds has announced the availability of version 3.2 of the Linux Kernel, which can now be downloaded in Kernel.org and introduces more than 15 million lines of code.
Among the highlights changes introduced enhanced support Ext4 file system, supporting block sizes larger than 4KB and up to 1MB, and better options for Btrfs support, with a scrubbing faster.
Improvements have also been added to the controller CPU time of processes (to allow maximum CPU), the TCP protocol to retrieve the connection in case of lost packets and other areas such as Device Mapper and support for processor architectures such as Hexagon Qualcomm DSP.
The complete list of improvements is available in English on the following link: http://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_3.2