Development versions, on the other hand, may differ quite significantly from one another; kernel developers are free to experiment with different solutions that occasionally lead to drastic kernel changes. Users who rely on development versions for running applications may experience unpleasant surprises when upgrading their kernel to a newer release. This book concentrates on the most recent stable kernel that we had available because, among all the new features being tried in experimental kernels, there's no way of telling which will ultimately be accepted and what they'll look like in their final form.
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