How to use LTS kernel?

Added by BH Reach about 1 month ago

The docs say:

"Calculate Linux uses LTS kernels."

It is not doing that on my system. It appears to be using the latest stable kernel and it upgrades every week or so.

Is there a way to for Calculate Linux to use the latest LTS kernel?


Replies (3)

RE: How to use LTS kernel? - Added by Alexander Tratsevskiy about 1 month ago

Hi,
There are always exceptions to the rules. At the stage of preparation of the release, several modern motherboards were identified, on which the system did not start. Therefore, we switched to the freshest core. We are waiting for the next LTS kernel.

RE: How to use LTS kernel? - Added by BH Reach about 1 month ago

Thanks for the info.

It has been announced that the next LTS kernel will be 4.19.

4.19-rc8 was released a few days ago so the 1st stable release of 4.19 should be soon.

RE: How to use LTS kernel? - Added by Alexander Tratsevskiy about 1 month ago

We counted on that, thanks for the info.

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Thank you!