Greg Kroah-Hartman announced last night, February 27th, that the eight maintenance release of the stable Linux kernel 3.2 series is available for download.
Containing the fix to handle a floating point bug with new x86 CPUs running in 32-bit mode introduced by Linus Torvalds in the previous version, Linux kernel 3.2.8 brings x86-64 architecture fixes for the aforementioned issue.
"This is an "interesting" update, in that "only" one bug is being resolved here, handling a floating point issue with new x86 processors running in 32bit mode."
"But, this also fixes x86-64 issues as well in this area, so all users are encouraged to upgrade. If anyone has any problems, please let us know as soon as possible." - said Greg KH in the email announcement.
Just like the previous releases, the Linux kernel 3.2.8 is a must-grab upgrade for all users of the Linux 3.2 kernel stable series!
Download Linux Kernel 3.2.8 right now from Softpedia.