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    SubjectRe: Please release a stable kernel Linux 3.0
    On 06/24/2007 04:54 PM, Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
    > On Friday, 22 June 2007 19:11, Chuck Ebbert wrote:
    >> On 06/22/2007 11:00 AM, Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
    >>> On Friday, 22 June 2007 00:34, Chuck Ebbert wrote:
    >>>> On 06/21/2007 06:29 PM, Jesper Juhl wrote:
    >>>>> I myself have argued that we should be focusing more on stability and
    >>>>> regression fixing, but I'm not so sure that a 2.6.7 devel branch would
    >>>>> solve this. In general the 2.6.x.y -stable kernels seem to be doing
    >>>>> the job pretty good.
    >>>> Even the good ones that get lots of fixes aren't all that good. The
    >>>> biggest problem ATM is that suspend is badly broken and keeps getting
    >>>> worse...
    >>> Can you please provide me with any links to suspend-related bug reports from
    >>> you?
    >> I get so many suspend/resume bug reports that I've given up trying
    >> to get them fixed. And there are so many bugs that are even worse,
    >> like crashes during normal use, data corruption, etc. that suspend
    >> bugs don't get much attention. But here are the ones for Fedora 6;
    >> the list would be much longer if I included Fedora 5 and 7:
    > Can you please tell me what's the relationship between Fedora kernel vesions
    > and the kernels?

    Fedora kernels are as close to upstream as we can get them, but we do add Xen,
    Roland's utrace and exec-shield. The list of applied patches may be a bit long
    but most of them are bug fixes that we couldn't get into -stable for one reason
    or another (some not upstream yet, some judged too big for -stable.)
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