I'm not sure whether this has been discussed before, but here goes.
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS have regenerated ISO images 12.04.2 and 12.04.3 which include so-called "LTS Hardware Enablement Stacks", which include an updated kernel and X stack backported from a later release. In 12.04.2, it is the 3.5 kernel and X stack from 12.10 and in 12.04.3, the 3.8 kernel and X stack from 13.04.
Would the Mint team consider doing the same starting with Linux Mint 17? (EDIT: for replaced with starting with)
I understand the large amount of work required just to get out one release (on top of all the development that goes on for other projects), but I believe it would be a good idea for those wishing to run an LTS on newer (I mean freshly released, or close) hardware.
Last edited by clfarron4
on Sat Nov 23, 2013 7:23 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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