After a little break to recover from the last update we can start again.
Things to watch are the updated systemd and new kernels.
There are supposed to be “important fixes” in these kernels so this might want a quicker turnaround to x32-stable.
Current difference to x32-stable
This thread will track updates to x32-testing as they are snapped over from x32-unstable
This post has a full difference to x32-stable, updates will be posted below as they occur.
Full list is here.
- No issues, everything went smoothly
- Yes there was an issue. I was able to resolve it myself. (Please post your solution)
- Yes I am currently experiencing an issue due to the update. (Please post about it)
Is x32-testing ready to be moved to x32-stable?
This will inform the snap process; there is no set threshold.
Please vote on the “is it ready yet?” poll but only when you feel this set is tested enough, and has a sufficient number of changes compared to x32-stable. Do keep in mind that x32-stable updates should be less frequent than x32-testing so not every testing update set should need to be moved over.
- No or Not yet
- Yes, x32-testing should be snapped to x32-stable at this point
- Other (post)