[Security] "stable" vs "security stable"

[Security] "stable" vs "security stable"

Post by Chris Wrig » Mon, 10 Oct 2005 17:20:05



It's stable, not security stable. It does contain security fixes
sometimes, but it is generally about patches that improve kernel
stability.


Perhaps a column B for base. Or just link to ketchup and be done with it.
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[Security] "stable" vs "security stable"

Post by Coywolf Qi » Mon, 10 Oct 2005 17:30:14


OK, "stable" vs "base" now. 2.6.13.3 is the latest stable, and 2.6.13
is the latest base.


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