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Offline gadgetboi

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Re: Vote for your Kernel(s) to be kept!
« Reply #255 on: 21. February 2016, 10:11:27 »
so have anybody suggest the best kernel for KDE? my KDE sometimes just lost windows decorations for no reason and it stuck there, I can't exit and the only way is to log off and log in

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Re: Vote for your Kernel(s) to be kept!
« Reply #256 on: 22. February 2016, 21:33:55 »
Again time to reset the vote. Here is the current trend:

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Linux 3.10 LTS series     7 (3.6%)
Linux 3.12 LTS series (maintained by Suse)     4 (2.1%)
Linux 3.13 ESS series (maintained by Canonical)     2 (1%)
Linux 3.14 LTS series    14 (7.2%)
Linux 3.16 ESS series (maintained by Canonical)     5 (2.6%)
Linux 3.18 LTS series (maintained by Oracle)       24 (12.3%)
Linux 3.19 ESS series (maintained by Canonical)    11 (5.6%)
Linux 4.1 LTS series    66 (33.8%)
Linux 4.2 ESS series (maintained by Canonical)    15 (7.7%)
Linux 4.3    47 (24.1%)

Linux 4.3-series is now EOL and will be removed soon.

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Re: Vote for your Kernel(s) to be kept!
« Reply #257 on: 22. February 2016, 22:11:17 »
if i recall correctly, manjaro images with the following kernels have been released:
4.1
3.18
3.16
3.12
3.10
these are the kernels i voted for.


have you seen the votes for kernel 3.13?
why not remove it, too?
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Re: Vote for your Kernel(s) to be kept!
« Reply #258 on: 28. February 2016, 11:20:15 »
For sure 3.18 and 4.4 series.

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Re: Vote for your Kernel(s) to be kept!
« Reply #259 on: 10. March 2016, 13:23:58 »
I would say 4.4, as it is the latest LTS kernel. 4.1 and 3.18 being close seconds. 4.1 worked very well with my MacBook's Broadcom 4321 wireless NIC ;).
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Re: Vote for your Kernel(s) to be kept!
« Reply #260 on: 11. March 2016, 06:45:23 »
4.5 runs OK on my Dell laptop.  4.3[EOL] is the only recent kernel that runs well on my Asus T100-CHI - 4.4/4.5 regressed relative to the CHI.

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Re: Vote for your Kernel(s) to be kept!
« Reply #261 on: 17. April 2016, 18:43:45 »
4.4 is fine on my AMD netbook. 4.5 has insanely high CPU load and stutters.

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Re: Vote for your Kernel(s) to be kept!
« Reply #262 on: 02. May 2016, 20:39:48 »
Yup. 4.4 seem to work good.
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