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  • Rovano
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    Originally posted by TNZfr View Post

    Ohhh the beautiful value judgment... we don't know each other and you don't seem to be able to understand why the new kernels interest me.
    I don't want to be politically correct anymore.
    You have your opinion but it is not a universal truth. I advise you to go to the supermarket to buy powdered humility, it will do you good.​
    Since you have not given any argument, what do you want to discuss further? Instead, you lean it to a personal level. Do what you want. It's your business. Your problem. You gave no reason.

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  • Rovano
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    Originally posted by MorrisS. View Post

    So, rollover distros could be rather dangerous.
    It depends on how much the bleeding edge is and what exactly is in it and how it rolls. But it can.

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  • MorrisS.
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    So, rollover distros could be rather dangerous.

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  • TNZfr
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    Originally posted by Rovano View Post

    Since you answered the way you did, I don't think you're the kind of person who should be using new kernels.

    Unfortunately, I use a translator. And there are also many things that differ from country to country.
    Ohhh the beautiful value judgment... we don't know each other and you don't seem to be able to understand why the new kernels interest me.
    I don't want to be politically correct anymore.
    You have your opinion but it is not a universal truth. I advise you to go to the supermarket to buy powdered humility, it will do you good.​

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  • Rovano
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    Originally posted by MorrisS. View Post

    6.2 is involved too? 6.5 is going to fix these bugs and regressions?
    Phoronix: Ubuntu 23.10 Planning To Ship With The Linux 6.5 Kernel This shouldn't be particularly surprising for those closely tracking release cycles and the Linux kernel release cadence, but now it's official: Ubuntu 23.10 is aiming to ship with the Linux 6.5 kernel... https://www.phoronix.com/news/Ubuntu-23.10-Targets-Linux

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  • Rovano
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    Originally posted by TNZfr View Post
    « reasonable person » is not the good term, « unaware person » is better.
    And if I use / test last releases is just to know why things work instead of undergoing the conclusions of individuals in search of internet notoriety​.
    Since you answered the way you did, I don't think you're the kind of person who should be using new kernels.

    Unfortunately, I use a translator. And there are also many things that differ from country to country.

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  • MorrisS.
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    Originally posted by Rovano View Post

    all of them​, Just read it.​
    6.2 is involved too? 6.5 is going to fix these bugs and regressions?
    Last edited by MorrisS.; 12 July 2023, 09:28 AM.

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  • TNZfr
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    « reasonable person » is not the good term, « unaware person » is better.
    And if I use / test last releases is just to know why things work instead of undergoing the conclusions of individuals in search of internet notoriety​.

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  • Rovano
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    regressions... 6.4.1 regression, huge drop in performance (AMD)

    ​etc
    And we will forget about those cases from this year when data was lost in certain cases.



    In other words, I don't understand why a reasonable person would use new kernels if they don't have a good reason to do so. And that is not the cool and in style.​

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  • Rovano
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    Originally posted by MorrisS. View Post

    Which are the kernels affected by bugs since 6.2 release, till now?
    all of them​, Just read it.​

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