12.01.2017 17:55, Jiri Slaby пишет:
On 01/12/2017, 01:55 PM, Stelian Ionescu wrote:
01/12/2017, 12:19 PM, Stelian Ionescu wrote:
No, most likely what will happen is that they
will install Ubuntu or Mint.
Do you mean Ubuntu
* LTS 16.04 with 4.4 (the same as leap 42.3) and 5+ years support, or
* non-LTS 16.10 with 4.8 with only 9 months support; tumbleweed has
already newer kernel and comparable stability
LTS + rolling updates just for the kernel:
. This setup is
supported by the Ubuntu team, fully knowing that it might sometimes introduce regressions.
This differs in no way from Leap + Kernel:stable, I assume. So we can
I think the only real difference from user point of view is that they
provide nVidia packages for these kernels (I do not know what situation
is with AMD).
only start sort of support it. Actually, we somehow do
already. When a
report to Tumbleweed kernel arrives, I mostly do not care with which
userspace, because it is most of the time irrelevant anyway.
Suppose new kernel causes user space breakage (not something unheard of)
and it requires user space patches/updates. What will be support
situation on openSUSE? Ubuntu fully supports HWE stacks as part of LTS
release. Can we expect other maintainers to work on bugs caused by "too
new kernel" on Leap?
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