I hope I'm not too offtopic here ;)
What's the chance that we will get an uptodate kernel for FACTORY a bit
more often (say, once a week)?
I still have this:
strolchi:~ # rpm -qi kernel-default
Name : kernel-default Relocations: (not relocatable)
Version : 2.6.32 Vendor: openSUSE
Release : 1.1 Build Date: Wed Nov 4 16:12:55 2009
Install Date: Mon Nov 9 17:43:05 2009 Build Host: build17
Group : System/Kernel Source RPM:
Size : 100482670 License: GPL v2 only
Signature : RSA/8, Wed Nov 4 17:00:43 2009, Key ID b88b2fd43dbdc284
Packager : http://bugs.opensuse.org
URL : http://www.kernel.org/
Summary : The Standard Kernel
Which smells pretty bad already (and in fact has lots of problems, I
have not had a kernel crash that often on me since at least half a year
ago and back then, it was KMS that was bad. Anyway, this kernel is so
ancient, that I do not even dare to report bugs against ist anymore).
I know there's 2.6.32-1.4 in the repo, but as that's only a rebuild, I
doubt it will fix things up.
Or is the common wisdom to use the KOTD nowadays? Is it stable? Can I
build my KMPs against it in the buildservice? Does it work with zypper
to keep the FACTORY and the KOTD kernel, so that you have always two to
"Any ideas, John?"
"Well, surrounding them's out."
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