Linus Torvalds announced yesterday, April 21st, that the fourth Release Candidate of the upcoming Linux 3.4 kernel is available for download and testing.
As usual, nothing special in Linux Kernel 3.4 RC4, just lots of USB and ARM changes, as well as updated drivers and improvements to various filesystems.
"We've got a few reverts and a few cleanups, but the bulk of it is trivial small fixes. Almost all of it in drivers with a few filesystem updates (many of them endianness fixes from Al) thrown in too."
"The traditional (non-rename) diff is dominated by a m68k bootlogo movement, but we all use those nice git diffs these days, don't we? Then it's 50% drivers (usb, mfd, xen, mmc, gpu, media..), 20% arch, 15+% fs, and a smattering of random stuff." - said Linus Torvalds in the email announcement.
Download Linux Kernel 3.4 RC4 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a development release and it is intended for testing purposes only.