Linus Torvalds proudly announced last evening, November 15th, that Linux kernel 3.2 RC2 is now available for download and testing as a tar archive, from the kernel.org website.
Linux kernel 3.2 RC2 brings architecture fixes, especially for ARM, m68k and PowerPC, DRM drivers fixes (Nouveau NVC1 acceleration and Radeon KMS power management fixes), as well as Btrfs filesystem improvements and various updates.
"And for being an -rc2 release of a pretty large merge-window, it seems to be quite reasonably sized. In fact, despite this having been the largest linux-next in a release in our linux-next history (I think), rc2 has the exact same number of commits since rc1 as we had during the 3.1 release." - said Linus Torvalds in the official announcement.
Download Linux Kernel 3.2 RC2 right now from Softpedia.