Linux Kernel 184.108.40.206 Stable
On 07.06.2011 10:52, luciany wrote:
> Don't want to polemic; please just follow my scenario:
> - installed Natty and had often X freezing
> - followed the (ubuntu community) recommendation and updated to 220.127.116.11 for
> Natty (from kernel PPA) - as a intermediate solution before the 2.6.39
> stable would come out - I thought.
> - 18.104.22.168 stable appeared, but surprise it's not for natty.
I can understand the problem. I just wanted to point out the implications. See
from my side, I don't know exactly what PPA you refer to. Natty itself was
released with 2.6.38, so any official updates to Natty will follow the 2.6.38.y
There is the mainline builds site which I was pointing you to. This contains
upstream kernels and those are a good tool to find out whether things are fixed
in newer kernels. But there are two issues with them. First, you cannot be sure
whether all of the user-space from a previous release works well (most namely X)
and second, as these are raw upstream kernels, you don't get additional drivers
that are only in the Ubuntu kernel (though luckily that number is not very
high). So while its is good for testing, you should always be aware of potential
problems. Those don't need to happen, but they can.
> I just took my lesson.
> PS: I'm stil having X freezing, sometimes
> Stefan Bader-2 wrote:
>> On 06.06.2011 13:10, lucian vidrascu wrote:
>>> Could you please advice where and when I could find Linux Kernel 22.214.171.124
>>> Stable (ppa) package for Natty.
>>> thanks in davance
>> The oneiric in the name means that the kernel configuration is based on
>> the one
>> from oneiric. You still can install it into Natty, with the usual
>> that a mainline build has (there is no guarantee everything works). There
>> is no
>> PPA that provides 2.6.39 kernels for Natty.
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