A few years ago, I gave a history of the 2.6.32 stable kernel, and mentioned the previous stable kernels as well. I’d like to apologize for not acknowledging the work of Adrian Bunk in maintaining the 2.6.16 stable kernel for 2 years after I gave up on it, allowing it to be used by many people for a very long time.
I’ve updated the previous post with this information in it at the bottom, for the archives. Again, many apologies, I never meant to ignore the work of this developer.
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