i'm sure there's a simple answer to this -- i already understand
that newer kernels than the ones shipped with the official release
aren't officially supported but there is the elrepo kernel repository


with a mixture of long-term (lt) and mainline (ml) kernels. i assume
that the mainline kernels pretty closely track the latest kernel
release but that's not the one i'm interested in.

  if i was interested in the additional longevity of the LTS kernels,
i can see that 4.4 is available. but the most recent LTS kernel was
4.14, was it not? so why is a 4.14 "lt" kernel not available in that

  i am obviously unclear on the policy used to determine which kernel
versions end up in that repository.



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