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Linux 3.14 rc6

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We're getting closer to the end of the rc cycle, and I have to admit
that I would have wished for a less bumpy ride.

There haven't been any huge problems, but there's been quite a few
small bumps that shouldn't happen this late in the release cycle. And
rc6 is noticeably bigger than rc5 was, as well.

So I'm really hoping that the upcoming week will be calmer, because
otherwise I'll start thing rc8 and even rc9..

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