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SubjectRe: > There are actually more stable versions available but they are not advertised
2008/12/29 Éric Piel <>:
>>> The latest longtime version of the Linux kernel is:
>> Well, I'd call those versions stable if there were ongoing bugfixes
>> (if affected) backporting to it. Otherwise these are rather "outdated"
>> versions.
> That's _exactly_ what those trees are about: backporting bugfixes.
> Let's call them stable then ;-)


According to
the last commit to this version was made at Mon, 21 Jul 2008 22:48:10
+0300. Looks like it's really stable ;-)

BTW, several distros keep patching 2.6.18, that's a bit fresher; but
anyway, there's a valuable gap between that stable and's
advertised one.

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