On 04.12.20 17:08, Torsten Duwe wrote:
On Thu, 3 Dec 2020 23:09:26 +0100
Vinzenz Vietzke <vinz(a)vinzv.de> wrote:
In the past we "fixed" that by manually
adding kernels from
Kernel:stable which neither is a clean solution nor convenient for
technically unexperienced users like many of our customers.
(Besides the current kernels for SLE15 SP3 that Michal already
What exactly do you consider unclean or inconvenient about that
If I'm adding the Kernel:stable repo to a customer's machine, i'm
subjecting them to way tooo frequent kernel updates, and I do not know
if they are getting things that break their machines (the famous "5.9
kills intel graphics" story for example, not that it had affected me
with my relatively old Thinkpads :-)
So if he is adding Kernel:stable, he is throwing away everything why you
would want to install Leap and not Factory, at least for the kernel.
(Not a problem for me, I run Kernel:HEAD on my Factory machines, just
because Factory is much too slow :-P, but I would not want to do this on
my wife's machine for example, much less for paying customers).
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