Those wanting ultra-stable kernels aren't /supposed/ to be running the kernel.org kernel, with the current 2.6 arrangement.
Thanks for posting that, it confirmed my understanding from previous articles. Which makes me wonder why people are surprised that the kernel.org kernel isn't getting as much testing as it used to: many potential casual testers were specifically warned off from testing it, and told to use distribution kernels instead.
Also, the churn is too much for would-be casual testers to track. That's certainly the case with me. I used to run kernel.org kernels, up to about 2.6.5, but the rate of change got to be too much (and sometimes the changes were a bit scary), and it was simply far easier for me to install newer kernel versions from my distribution.
Or am I missing something?
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