On Tue, 24 May 2016 21:02, Greg Freemyer wrote:
On Tue, May 24, 2016 at 10:44 AM, Ludwig Nussel wrote:
There are two exceptions though. The SLE12SP2 Beta1 sources landed in OBS and we got Qt 5.6 and kernel 4.4 from there already.
Is there any chance that 42.2 will get a 4.6 or newer kernel?
The key feature for me is much better USB 3.1 support. USB 3.1 has been around for a while now, so it seems like something that should be better supported in Leap 42.2.
ps: I know 4.4 is a LTS kernel, I just don't when the next LTS kernel may come along. Sometime this summer would not be a surprise:
Regarding LTS kernel: Word at the last linux.conf in January was that the first kernel-release per year (most likely in January) will be a LTS release.
This was the result of a debate on LTS release timing.
Ergo for 2016, Kernel 4.4 is LTS.
The point of debate should be: What feature / update will be included in the dot-releases (4.4.x).
If you want USB 3.1 support, lobby for a backport of that feature into the LTS kernel.
(I'd like to see the missing skylake bits, but that is another point)