joost wrote:We don't force kernel updates, you can install it yourself IF you want.
Just keep in mind to install the needed drivers too if you do.
Richlion wrote:I've been with 5.2 and used Sulfur all the time to update my system. Even the whole KDE update went without a single glitch. I must say I am impressed, all updates so far not a single problem. I've never had such a stable Linux on KDE.
Sabayon is the best distro around so far for me.
By the way, where can I check which version of SL I am on? KDE is 4.4.3 and the kernel is 2.6.33.
wolfden wrote:This isn't for support, if you have problems or questions, please open a new topic. For kernels:
http://wiki.sabayon.org/index.php?title ... nformation
Sabayon is a rolling system with entropy, so if you keep it updated, you are pretty much 5.3, won't be 100% identical. Kernels are something you have to install via package manager, we don't automatically push them upon the people as the people don't understand kernel upgrades. People don't understand once you upgrade kernel that you have to also upgrade all your modules and drivers. Please use a new topic if you have questions or problems.
wolfden wrote:as stated, kernel pulls are not automatic, see above
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