Sonar GNU/Linux merges with Vinux
Linux for blind general discussion
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Tue Apr 25 23:28:04 UTC 2017
Maybe the Debian kernel's less stable than Fedora's, but I've never
heard that. Then again, there are a lot of things I've not heard.
I wasn't talking about outdated documentation, but the ability to get to
it in the first place from
or, more precisely, from the documents link or whatever's on that page.
If there's something I'm missing about that, I'll be glad to know:
I'm not looking for reasons to bash Fedora. No, I didn't always have
this problem, only in the last maybe three or four years at the longest.
> The decision to disable the staging tree in Fedora has nothing to do
> with a lack of interest in accessibility. It has everything to do with
> security and stability, as staging is considered by the kernel
> developers to be unstable and not fully known to be secure.
> Regarding documentation, I have found things in the Fedora wiki that are
> outdated, but this is the case everywhere.
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