[SATLUG] Ubuntu and AMD64/Geoforce 6100

Ernest De Leon edeleonjr at gmail.com
Mon Mar 17 14:57:53 CDT 2008


It is my understanding that the kernel is updated for all concurrent
supported releases... including the current LTS which should be the oldest
version supported unless you are within a year of the LTS launching (since
LTS releases are 2 years apart).

On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 12:43 PM, toddwbucy <toddwbucy at grandecom.net> wrote:

>
> yes its true that Ubuntu will support gutsy for at least another year. I
> stand corrected.  That said it was my experience with feisty that the
> repositories were not as well maintained once gutsy was released.
> furthermore every time you use the update manager (again I am a gui
> wimp) there is a reminder to upgrade to the latest release.  finally
> while gutsy will be maintained it is unlikely that you will receive the
> latest kernel until you upgrade to the latest release.  Seems likely to
> me that without the latest kernel release you could subject yourself to
> security vulnerabilities.  Of course I could be wrong.
>
> Todd
> > >
> > Hmmmm "Ubuntu is released regularly and predictably; a
> >                             new release is made every six months. You
> > can use
> >                             the current stable release or the current
> >                             development release. Each release is
> > supported for
> >                             at least 18 months." ... Ubuntu 7.10
> >                 - the Gutsy Gibbon - released in October 2007.
> >
> > herb
> >
>
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