On Wed, 28 Oct 2015 09:45:06 +0100,
Rainer Klier wrote:
Am 27.10.2015 um 16:02 schrieb Larry Finger:
On 10/27/2015 09:29 AM, Rainer Klier wrote:
The way kernel updates work is as follows: A
given patch is accepted
into mainline with the annotation that it is to be applied to stable
kernels. Once that happens, the patch will eventually be applied to
I was searching the mainline repo through kernel
4.3-rc7. It is possible
that the patch in question will be in the merge of 4.4 data, which will
happen in a couple of weeks. If that is so, that will start the process.
that would be great.
Note that if you open a bugzilla entry and point the upstream commit
ID, we can backport it to the released and FACTORY kernels even before
the patch lands to Linus tree. It's a case-by-case decision, but for
such a trivial fix, mostly OK.
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