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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 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>
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