On 09/03/2016 07:24 AM, Markus Egg wrote:
Am 29/08/16 um 10:11 schrieb Marcus Meissner:
Yes, we are affected.
It is not as worrysome as it sounds and will be fixed in the next kernel updates.
is there some release plan when this new kernel updates will be released for
Regular readers will recall that I make use of the "Kernel Stable" repository
I'm on 13.2 but have been using that repository since was on 13.1
I'm currently running
Yes, its stable. I've not had problems with this repository other than updates
to the BtrFS drivers aren't backward compatible to the original drivers. My
file system has been updated and I can no longer run the 3.16 from the DVD.
Maybe this matters to you; personally I feel that the updates to the BtrFS in
terms of stability and performance are worthwhile.
If you were running, say, Windows, and a kernel patch came out for Defence
Against the Dark Arts and better performance and fixes to scheduling and Other
Good Stuff, wouldn't you apply it? Even if it meant upgrading to W/10 from W/XP?
If you are willing to run risks there are other repositories with later kernels
and of course the bleeding edge made for today ones that are running modes that
aren't tested, haven't been approved by Linus yes etc etc.
Q: Are you sure?
> A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>> Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?
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