Linus Torvalds delays Linux 3.0 launch due to a subtle bug
*LINUX FOUNDER* Linus Torvalds has said that he's delaying the release
of Linux 3.0 due to the discovery of a bug.
Torvalds announced back in May that the Linux 2.6.40 kernel will be
rebadged as the Linux 3.0 kernel
The projected release date of Linux 3.0 was supposed to be today, but in
a post on Google+, Torvalds explained that the discovery
of a "subtle pathname lookup bug" has delayed the release.