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Re: Question: Linux kernel releases and Fedora kernel RPMs...



Florian La Roche wrote:
On Wed, Apr 14, 2004 at 10:15:49AM -0400, Martin Stone wrote:

Hi,

I'm wondering what the policy is with regard to new kernel releases and Fedora kernel RPMs... I see that kernel 2.4.25 has been released, but the latest Fedora kernel RPM is still 2.4.22. Is there a policy that allows me to predict which Linux releases will be compiled to RPMs for us?


Fedora Core 1 is the released version and will stay with the 2.4 kernel.
For development we focus on Fedora Core 2 which will be based on the
2.6 kernel and if you want to move on to really newer versions you can
try out the Fedora Core 2 test releases.

Right, I was more sort of wondering about updates to the 2.4 series kernel in FC1. There have been updated builds of the 2.4.22 kernel RPM released with various bugfix patches, so I'm wondering what the policy is that governs when an "update" RPM appears.




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