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Architecture Status

Sid/Unstable
3.2 supports amd64, armel, armhf, ia64, i386, mips, mipsel, powerpc, sparc, s390, s390x
Squeeze/Stable
2.6.32 supports amd64, armel, ia64, i386, mips, mipsel, powerpc, sparc, s390
debian-ports
3.2 supports alpha, hppa(?), m68k, ppc64, sh4, sparc64

See some more details at : linux

Snapshots

kernel-archive.buildserver.net is down until further notice. Look in experimental for now. - BenHutchings, 2009-10-25

Development

Mailing List

IRC Channel

Subversion repository

  • SVN web interface: viewvc

  • SVN checkout (anonymous):

svn co svn://svn.debian.org/kernel/dists/trunk
  • Developer SVN access:

svn+ssh://<user>@svn.debian.org/svn/kernel/dists/trunk

Bug Tracking

Docs

Kernel team members

General kernel work

  • Maximilian Attems
  • Bastian Blank
  • Dann Frazier
  • Ben Hutchings
  • Moritz Muehlenhoff

Security Support

  • Dann Frazier
  • Moritz Muehlenhoff

Ports

alpha
amd64
Maximilian Attems, Ben Hutchings, Frederik Schueler
armel
Arnaud Patard, Martin Michlmayr
hppa
i386
Maximilian Attems, Ben Hutchings
ia64
Dann Frazier
m68k
Christian T. Steigies
mips
Aurelien Jarno, Andi Barth
mipsel
Aurelien Jarno, Andi Barth
powerpc
s390

BastianBlank

sparc

Tools

Former kernel team members

  • Christoph Hellwig
  • Simon Horman
  • Joshua Kwan
  • Sven Luther
  • NorbertTretkowski

  • Jens Schmalzing (deceased)
  • ?SteveLangasek

  • Thiemo Seufer (deceased)
  • Jurij Smakov
  • Matthew Wilcox
  • Daniel Baumann
  • Kyle McMartin

See also :

  • Kernel page - in general about the Linux Kernel.

  • Kernel FAQ.