On 02/14/18 09:29, Nikos Chantziaras wrote:
> On 14/02/18 04:38, Daniel Frey wrote:
>> On 02/12/18 19:39, Ian Zimmerman wrote:
>>> On 2018-02-12 19:24, Daniel Frey wrote:
>>>> I've read online that there should be vulnerability info (Meltdown,
>>>> Spectre) in /sys under /sys/devices/system/cpu/vulnerabilities but this
>>>> doesn't exist on my PC.
>>> See the other threads: you need at least 4.9.79 for the /sys bits.
>> I'm surprised I missed those threads, I read all messages on here.
>> According to the thread I found it's actually starts on 4.9.77, I'm just
>> on the latest stable (.76).
> During "special emergencies" like this one, it would be a good idea to
> use the latest 4.9.x, regardless of whether portage marked it "stable"
> or not. At least for a while and until the situation has settled down
Nah, I like stability over everything else. I recall lots of pain and
instability in January when everyone rushed to patch the flaws (both
Windows and linux.)
These are my personal computers, not a work environment.