Karl - grub2 and ext2/ext3/ext4
dreadpiratejeff at gmail.com
Tue Aug 10 14:07:30 UTC 2010
On Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 09:03, Robert P. J. Day <rpjday at crashcourse.ca> wrote:
> is it actually true that an LTS release will *necessarily* be more
> reliable out of the box? i just thought it meant that it would have a
> longer life span. is there a more rigourous Q/A process for LTS
FWIW, I DO have the knowledge...
Your first statement is not true... at least, not in the sense of
"necessarily." The effort is made to test the hell out of EVERY
Ubuntu release and hopefully send the best thing out the door that's
possible. Sometimes this is successful, sometimes not so much, but
it's always a best effort balancing act.
LTS means exactly what you thought it meant. Long Term Support. LTS
releases don't change much between point releases (e.g. the upcoming
10.04.1) and get updates for a lot longer than the regular releases.
However, the QA process is the same for both.
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