On Tue, 28 Apr 2020 09:40:09 -0400
Anton Aylward <opensuse(a)antonaylward.com> wrote:
On 28/04/2020 09:26, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 28/04/2020 15.20, Anton Aylward wrote:
On 28/04/2020 09:14, Per Jessen wrote:
Anton Aylward wrote:
> On 28/04/2020 08:12, Per Jessen wrote:
>> I see 'mkiss' in 15.0 and in Tumbleweed, but not in 15.1.
> I'm running 15.1 and I have it.
> it seems to be dependent on the kernel version not the release
Ah, that's good news - maybe it was re-introduced in an update. I
checked it on a system running 4.12.14-lp151.28.36 - maybe your's
I check for kernel updates daily.
Yes, i realise that the same 'changes' that end up in later number
kernels might be available as 'patches' to older numbered kernels,
but I prefer a completely clean and properly numbered change
I currently have
None of which are stock 15.1 stuff.
Sorry, since they are out there in a approved repository I consider
them 'stock'. That they are not on the distribution is is quite
Right, but the whole point of this thread is supposed to be helping
somebody who IS running the normal distribution stuff.
It's NOT supposed to be bragging about how your kernels are bigger and
better than everybody else who has non-default (who all seem to be doing
the same bragging, I hasten to add).
As i say, i don't think patching the distribution
disk's kernel is a
strategy that gives me the control I want.
That the /etc/zypp/zypp.conf file provides the capability to support
multiple version of the kernel OUT OF THE BOX.
All I've done is set it to accommodate a specific span.
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