I'm also grateful for the free service provided by Ubuntu here, although
I must object ! The release being LTS or not is irrelevant to this
problem as we are obviously in the support lifecycle of the zesty
release. The release being non-LTS is not an indicator of instability,
or at least it should not.
I understand this is not a security issue, but it's highly affecting
user experience for at least 144 people here in this thread. And of
course, it's only the tip of the iceberg, most users - and particularly
non-tech users who are afaik one of Ubuntu's main targets - don't want
the hassle of reporting bugs. They'll eventually change the piece of
software causing them trouble.
Also, the culprit of these freezes seem to be a patch Ubuntu team
decided to backport. I would assume they'd be swift to fix the issues
they've been introducing in a widely used kernel.
If you know how to do so, please hasten the process, for our sakes and
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