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Delay in kernel release

Hello all

Could you please explain me, why  lts kernel in repo is in 4.19.44 version, but on https://www.kernel.org we can see that the newest is in 4.19.49 version. What did caused this delay, is it normal or there are some critical bugs ?

Re: Delay in kernel release

Reply #1
Enable core (arch) and install lts
# pacman -S core/linux-lts
It is 4,19-49 and this is what I am using right now.
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Re: Delay in kernel release

Reply #2
Please be careful with [core].
If you truly need it put it at the end of pacman.conf otherwise you can break your system

And install packages from it with :
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pacman -S core/<package>
Man is as good as his tools.