[Letux-kernel] LetuxOS: new Kernel releases and a Table which describes which Kernel Features are working for which hardware

H. Nikolaus Schaller hns at goldelico.com
Mon Nov 11 19:09:51 CET 2019

there are new (and some old) kernel releases for LetuxOS:

Mo 11 Nov 2019 09:58:52 CET longterm 4.9.200
Mo 11 Nov 2019 11:10:16 CET longterm 4.14.153
Mo 11 Nov 2019 11:31:32 CET longterm 4.14.153-replicant
Mo 11 Nov 2019 12:49:06 CET stable 4.19.83
Mo 11 Nov 2019 13:13:15 CET stable 4.19.83-replicant
Mon Nov 11 13:55:23 CET 2019 mainline 4.20.17 EOL
Mon Nov 11 13:55:23 CET 2019 mainline 5.0.21 EOL
Mon Nov 11 13:55:24 CET 2019 mainline 5.1.21 EOL
Mon Nov 11 13:55:24 CET 2019 mainline 5.2.21 EOL
Mo 11 Nov 2019 15:24:15 CET mainline 5.3.10
Mo 11 Nov 2019 17:12:57 CET rc 5.4-rc7

And I am proud to announce that there is now a table
which shows all major kernel features crossed with
all hardware platforms that are supported by LetuxOS.

Each crossing point shows how mature the feature is
for the specific device and if it is in Letux only
or if it is (already) upstream.

So you should always see what is working.

And potential developers can see what is not yet working
and where to put in efforts. In some cases the entry
in the Issue tracker is liked, so that background
information is available.

Now, here is the tool:


Thanks for continued support to make LetuxOS the
best distribution covering a multitude of (embedded)
devices and upstreaming efforts.


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