hinto wrote:Those distro were even older at the time (~ 1 year ago). Any kernel older than 2.6.27 seemed to work fine. If you update the kernel in a "released" distro, you run the risk of breaking your entire system. Presumably with a rolling release yo have the latest software and kernel.
Well, maybe. I have updated the kernel many times in several different computers and in several distros (Debian Testing, CentOS, Fedora, Frugalware, Parsix, Pardus, to name some) without no problem, never... except in Ubuntu! Looking for the error...
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