On Fri, 23 Feb 2018, Akemi Yagi wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 12:30 AM, Robert P. J. Day
> <rpj...@crashcourse.ca> wrote:
> > 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
> > here:
> > http://elrepo.org/linux/kernel/el7/x86_64/RPMS/
> > 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
> > repository?
> > i am obviously unclear on the policy used to determine which kernel
> > versions end up in that repository.
> > rday
> You want to ask elrepo-related questions on the elrepo mailing list.
> But here's the post that would answer your question:
ah, was not aware there was a separate mailing list for that, my
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