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is there any linux-lts package in fedora ?

asked 2018-03-09 11:50:36 -0600

SMIT gravatar image

In arch linux there are packages like linux and linux-lts . I wonder if there are the same packages fedora too ? I never used Fedora before So just wanted to know before use.

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answered 2018-03-09 13:21:59 -0600

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You mean if there are LTS (long term support) kernels in Fedora? The answer is no.

Fedora keeps constantly pulling in new kernels, and is even re-basing to new kernel releases within one Fedora release.

See current kernels : https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packag...

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answered 2018-03-09 13:28:43 -0600

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This question has been answered many times. Fedora is a fast moving target showcasing (and often promoting/developing) bleeding-edge technologies from the free software world. There's no concept of long term support in Fedora land (kernel included). RHEL and CentOS, derived from Fedora, are more suited for users/organizations that value rock solid stability and reliability.

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