On 03/15/2011 04:12 PM, Jeff Mahoney wrote:
AFAIK, Kernel:stable tracks master and is the last
state before I check
in a new -RC. Jiri Slaby maintains it, and I'm not entirely sure if
that's the case. Since 2.6.38 just went final, I guess we'll find out. :)
Yes, this is exactly how it works. I pushed 18.104.22.168 yesterday, will
wait for Greg to suck this into the Tumbleweed and then I will bump it
So, it really depends on what you want. Currently,
Yes the 11.4 branch is merged into the stable branch, however this will
That means that when 2.6.39-rc2 is released, master
will include it.
openSUSE-11.4 will follow 2.6.37.x and Kernel:stable will follow 2.6.38.x.
Kulow told us a 37.2 was available before GM was cut!?!?!?
AFACT, 22.214.171.124 is already in the openSUSE:11.4:Update:Test repo. It
just needs to be released. 126.96.36.199 is already in the
Note that the kernels are tested before they get into the update
repository. GIT snapshots are *not* tested anyhow extensively.
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