On 06/08/2016 05:29 AM, Josh Boyer wrote:
The upstream stable maintainers released kernels 4.5.7 and 4.6.2
yesterday. I thought I would send a brief word about how the rebase
of F24 to 4.6.y will happen.
We'll ship 4.5.7 as the final 4.5.y update and have that available as
the 0-day update for the F24 release on June 14th. That matches the
upstream lifetime of 4.5.y as well, as 4.5.y is no longer supported
Shortly thereafter we'll be rebasing F24 to 4.6.y, most likely
starting with 4.6.3. We may use 4.6.2 if 4.6.3 is delayed for some
reason, but it would be better to get the additional fixes that 4.6.3
For those of you that cannot wait, we do have a COPR with 4.6.y builds
included. You can find it here:
(4.6.1 was skipped for no particular reason.)
F23 will follow a week or two after the F24 rebase. F22 will likely
get one final 4.4.y kernel update and then go EOL per the Fedora
If you have any questions, please let us know.
A gentle reminder to please continue to give karma for F22 kernels as well.
You need to be logged in to have your (hopefully) positive karma count.
Thanks to those who have been doing so the past few weeks.