On Mon, Jul 08, 2013 at 04:20:52PM +0200, Mateusz Marzantowicz wrote:
What is a policy of choosing EXTRAVERSION in Fedora kernels? I've
some short info about what is 200, 300 etc. but I'd like to understand
precise algorithm of giving everything that's between dash and fcNN (NN
- fedora version). What does -300.x mean?
Sorry, for my novice question but I can't find any reliable source of
information about Fedora's kernel version naming policy.
I don't think it's documented anywhere, and I'm not on the Fedora kernel
team so this is a best guess, but:
I assume it's set such that for two identical kernel versions, the fc19
version would always be NVR-newer than the fc18 version, so that you
always get upgraded to a fc19 kernel when you update, instead of getting