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“linux-meta” 3.2.0.23.25 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

linux-meta (3.2.0.23.25) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * Bump ABI
 -- Leann Ogasawara <email address hidden>   Tue, 10 Apr 2012 10:09:32 -0700

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Uploaded by:
Leann Ogasawara on 2012-04-11
Uploaded to:
Precise
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Kernel Team
Component:
main
Architectures:
i386 amd64 all armel armhf powerpc
Section:
devel
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Precise release on 2012-04-11 main devel

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linux-meta_3.2.0.23.25.tar.gz 8.5 KiB cd2229ca748d5a3b79dda2b937070df0
linux-meta_3.2.0.23.25.dsc 2.2 KiB a3f9890fc37b52ed1377726220e6c105

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Binary packages built by this source

linux: Generic complete Linux kernel.

 This package will always depend on the latest generic complete Linux kernel
 available.

linux-backports-modules-cw-3.3-precise-generic: Backported wireless drivers for generic kernel image

 This empty package allows people to keep their backported wireless modules
 up-to-date when upgrading their Linux kernel.

linux-backports-modules-cw-3.3-precise-generic-pae: Backported wireless drivers for generic-pae kernel image

 This empty package allows people to keep their backported wireless modules
 up-to-date when upgrading their Linux kernel.

linux-backports-modules-headers-precise-generic: Backported driver headers for generic kernel image

 This empty package allows people to keep their backported module
 headers up-to-date when upgrading their Linux kernel.

linux-backports-modules-headers-precise-generic-pae: Backported driver headers for generic-pae kernel image

 This empty package allows people to keep their backported module
 headers up-to-date when upgrading their Linux kernel.

linux-crashdump: Linux kernel crashdump setup for the latest generic kernel

 This package installs all the needed infrstracture to get crashdumps from
 your running system. If you are experiencing kernel crashes that cannot
 be debugged normally (because the problem is infrequent or panic's the
 system in such a way as to make information gathering impossible), then
 you can install this package to automatically enable capture of the
 vmcore on crashes.

linux-generic: Complete Generic Linux kernel

 This package will always depend on the latest complete generic Linux kernel
 available.

linux-generic-pae: Complete Generic Linux kernel

 This package will always depend on the latest complete generic Linux kernel
 available.

linux-headers-generic: Generic Linux kernel headers

 This package will always depend on the latest generic kernel headers
 available.

linux-headers-generic-pae: Transitional package

 This package will always depend on linux-headers-generic

linux-headers-omap: Linux kernel headers for the OMAP3 architecture.

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel headers available
 for ARM TI OMAP3 systems.

linux-headers-powerpc: Linux kernel headers on PowerPC

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel headers available
 for PowerPC.

linux-headers-powerpc-smp: Linux kernel headers on PowerPC SMP

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel headers available
 for PowerPC with SMP support.
 SMP (symmetric multi-processing) is needed if you have multiple processors.

linux-headers-powerpc64-smp: Linux kernel headers on PowerPC64 SMP

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel headers available
 for PowerPC64 with SMP support.
 SMP (symmetric multi-processing) is needed if you have multiple processors.

linux-headers-server: Transitional package.

 This package will always depend on linux-headers-generic.

linux-headers-virtual: Linux kernel headers for virtual machines

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel headers available
 for virtual machines.

linux-image: Generic Linux kernel image.

 This package will always depend on the latest generic Linux kernel image
 available.

linux-image-extra-virtual: Transitional package.

 This package will always depend on linux-image-generic.

linux-image-generic: Generic Linux kernel image

 This package will always depend on the latest generic kernel image
 available.

linux-image-generic-pae: Generic Linux kernel image

 This package will always depend on the latest generic kernel image
 available.

linux-image-omap: Linux kernel image for the OMAP3 architecture.

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel image available
 for ARM TI OMAP3 systems.

linux-image-powerpc: Linux kernel image on PowerPC

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel image available
 for PowerPC support.

linux-image-powerpc-smp: Linux kernel image on PowerPC SMP.

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel image available
 for PowerPC with SMP support.
 SMP (symmetric multi-processing) is needed if you have multiple processors.

linux-image-powerpc64-smp: Linux kernel image on PowerPC64 SMP.

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel image available
 for PowerPC64 with SMP support.
 SMP (symmetric multi-processing) is needed if you have multiple processors.

linux-image-server: Linux kernel image on Server Equipment.

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel image available
 for Server Equipment.

linux-image-virtual: Linux kernel image for virtual machines

 This package will always depend on the latest kernel image available
 for virtual machines. Install linux-image-extra-virtual to get all
 available kernel modules.

linux-omap: Complete Linux kernel for the OMAP3 architecture.

 This package will always depend on the latest complete Linux kernel available
 for ARM TI OMAP3 systems.

linux-powerpc: Complete Linux kernel on PowerPC.

 This package will always depend on the latest complete Linux kernel available
 for PowerPC.

linux-powerpc-smp: Complete Linux kernel on PowerPC SMP.

 This package will always depend on the latest complete Linux kernel available
 for PowerPC with SMP support.
 SMP (symmetric multi-processing) is needed if you have multiple processors.

linux-powerpc64-smp: Complete Linux kernel on PowerPC64 SMP.

 This package will always depend on the latest complete Linux kernel available
 for PowerPC64 with SMP support.
 SMP (symmetric multi-processing) is needed if you have multiple processors.

linux-server: Complete Linux kernel on Server Equipment.

 This package will always depend on the latest complete Linux kernel available
 for Server Equipment.

linux-source: Linux kernel source with Ubuntu patches

 This package will always depend on the latest Linux kernel source code
 available. The Ubuntu patches have been applied.

linux-tools: Linux kernel versioned Tools

 This package will always depend on the latest Linux kernel versioned tools
 available. The Ubuntu patches have been applied.

linux-virtual: Complete Linux kernel for virtual machines

 This package will always depend on the latest complete Linux kernel available
 for virtual machines. Install linux-image-extra-virtual to get all
 available kernel modules.