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On 11/19/2013 02:43 PM, Simo Sorce wrote:
On Tue, 2013-11-19 at 14:22 -0500, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> I think there's some value at least to tying our Fedora Server
> stable releases to one of the LTS kernels to minimize
I guess we can try, but then how do you deal with hardware
enablement for the latest and greatest hardware ? I do agree we
could keep a pinned kernel as 'the stable one', but if we go that
road I think we should still make it possible for people to at
least try to use a newer kernel from the core packages as they come
out if they have new hardware (or nasty bugs) that is not supported
(not fixed/fixable) in the "stable" kernel.
Well, in my personal opinion, that should probably fall into the
category of "Here's the gun, try to only hit one of your toes". I
don't think we necessarily want to spend any effort to full test and
feature such kernels.
Of course, I am open to convincing arguments, but I'd like to hear
them come from the kernel team, ideally.
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