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SubjectRe: Reg the next LTS kernel (6.1?)
On Thu, Jan 12, 2023 at 12:23:46PM +0000, Kris Chaplin wrote:
> Hello Greg,
>
> > You tell me please. How has your testing gone for 6.1 so far? Does it
> > work properly for you? Are you and/or your company willing to test out
> > the -rc releases and provide feedback if it works or not for your
> > systems? Do you have problems with 6.1.y vs. older kernels? Is there
> > anything missing in it that you feel needs to be addressed with a newer
> > kernel instead?
>
> We have been integrating and testing 6.1 on the Microblaze, ARM32 and
> ARM64-bit architectures over the past few weeks. These builds have
> been successful and we are able to run our regression tests on hardware
> targeting our FPGA SoC devices.
>
> We're continuing our tests as new updates to the 6.1 kernel series
> appear.
>
> Hope that information is of use.

It is very much so, thanks! And if you can provide "tested-by" results
for the -rc releases, that would help even more to verify that we aren't
breaking anything over time.

greg k-h

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