|[kernel] 3.2 might be a new LTS-Kernel||Phil Miller||12/27/11 11:17 AM|
Ubuntu 12.04 is tagged as an LTS-Release and it will be shipped with linux-3.2
series. So I'm about to go for another kernel update. Greg Kroah-Hartman
maintains all point-releases when Linus did his work. Greg works for Suse.
With 3.1 series I joined normal upstream patches by Greg with some Fedora
So I'm open what we will do with our linux-pkg and how we want to do it.
Best suggestion by me would be:
* stable-point-release patch by Greg
I'm open for suggestions.
|Re: [chakra-devel] [kernel] 3.2 might be a new LTS-Kernel||Phil Miller||1/4/12 11:14 PM|
Linus Torvalds officially christened the Linux 3.2 kernel on Wednesday
The Linux 3.2 kernel holds a lot in store, but this release announcement isn't
Among the changes for the Linux 3.2 kernel are the introduction of the Samsung
The Linux 3.2 kernel is what will be used by Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, among other
So my question is: Do we play with linux 3.2 or wait for a point release,
Am Dienstag, 27. Dezember 2011, 20:17:17 schrieb Phil Miller:
|Re: [chakra-devel] [kernel] 3.2 might be a new LTS-Kernel||Anke Boersma||1/5/12 5:28 AM|
My opinion, wait for at least 3.2.2 before ever building it for any Chakra repo (staging included).
I've been running 3.2 Rc 6 & 7 for a while, and one user with wifi issues runs the same build, no fixes. Let's wait for upstream reports what (or if) the regressions are.
|Re: [chakra-devel] [kernel] 3.2 might be a new LTS-Kernel||shainer||1/5/12 5:54 AM|
I agree with both, let's wait some time :)
2012/1/5 Anke Boersma <verit...@gmail.com>
- It's still a lie. Like the lie about masks.
- What lie about masks?
- The way people say they hide faces.
- They do hide faces.
- Only the one on the outside.
|Re: [chakra-devel] [kernel] 3.2 might be a new LTS-Kernel||Phil Miller||1/6/12 3:10 PM|
First regressions found in 3.2. This time it concerns Intel HW: