On 01/12/2017, 01:55 PM, Stelian Ionescu wrote:
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
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.
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