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On 02/01/2012 04:36 PM, Stefan Seyfried wrote:
Am 01.02.2012 16:32, schrieb Stefan Seyfried:
which kernel repository should I use if I want to run Factory?
Surely, the openSUSE:Factory kernel is not advisable since it is
old, never gets updated and does not even get security fixes.
Ok, that's not true. But why is it not just updated to 3.2.x so
that everyone knows without going through the RPM changelog? That's
what the stable series is for, isn't it?
I asked two times on this list if I should commit stable releases to
kernel:head. I got only one positive reply. It was from Michal Marek
IIRC. I think, him and me is not enough to say yes for the whole
community, so I'm still not committing the stable patches ;).
If we could get an acknowledgement from Jeff Mahoney, a kernel:head
maintainer, and also nobody complains, there will be nothing to
prevent kernel:head to have the latest release.
Anyway kernel:head will receive 3.3-rc2 in a few days, so it should
not be an issue for the time being.
Anyway two, you still can use kernel:stable in addition to kernel:head
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