Kernel 2.6.32 for Debian Squeeze
The entire Debian kernel team assembled for a four day meeting at the annual Linux Plumbers Conference in Portland, Oregon, to set out the key features for the forthcoming version 6.0 (codename Squeeze) of the open source Linux distribution. As long as kernel development is not delayed, the Debian development team plan to use version 2.6.32 for the first release of Squeeze.
Code freeze for Squeeze is currently scheduled for December, at around the same time as the final version of kernel 2.6.32 . On going to press, development was at the Release Candidate 5 stage. No final release date for Squeeze has yet been announced, although Spring 2010 has been mentioned.
- kFreeBSD: Debian "Squeeze" with a FreeBSD kernel , a report from The H.