On 04/14 09:20, Rich Freeman wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 14, 2018 at 9:11 AM, András Csányi <sayusi.a...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Stay at stable kernel version, imho. There are a few people here waiting for
> > nvidia with ~x86 flagged kernel.
> >
> This is pretty much the reality of using any out-of-tree kernel
> module, and especially the case for a proprietary module like the
> nvidia drivers.  They're often not compatible across kernel 4.x
> version changes, and upstream projects often do not target mainline in
> their official releases.
> IMO you're better off still sticking to longterm, such as 4.14.
> Otherwise you're still dealing with stable dropping support for your
> version but the out-of-kernel module takes a week to support the new
> version.  There isn't any overlap in linux stable support release
> across versions - they stop one and start the next.  Only the longterm
> releases get overlapping support windows.
> -- 
> Rich


I jyst wanted to no, whether Yes or No.
The rest I will decide on myself,

So..."no" to summarize/ :)

Thanks for the help.

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