rosswmcgee wrote:This is the first distro I have had this problem with so you are saying AMlD is at fault for one release only. Seems unlikely.
vasmakk wrote:Will those upgrades include kernel upgrades too ?
I mean if I install LM 17 now, and some (unimportant) hardware of my machine is not supported by the current kernel (3.13.0-24)...
is it possible to wake-up one day and see a new kernel (3.15.x) and the same hardware supported, after e.g. an upgrade to LM 17.x ?
JSeymour wrote:I got it going, but this is disappointing. The Live/installer is still not running mdadm, so still no out-of-the-box support for mdraid? This is what the Mint team wants to base the how many next years' worth of releases upon? Really? Debian, I'm told, can do an mdraid install on naked drives. So, too, can Ubuntu. Or so their docs say. So... why is the Mint team apparently removing this capability?
mintybits wrote:Mint uses the Ubuntu desktop installer, so neither support mdraid. The Ubuntu Server installer is different and does support it.
mintybits wrote:Someone ought to prioritise rewriting the desktop installer ...
Adelante wrote:I notice the discussion has already started on the monthly thread. Clem is participating. For anyone interested.
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