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Group :: System/Kernel and hardware
Source RPM: kernel-image-std-def
Current version: 1:4.4.113-alt0.M60C.1
Built: about 3 years ago
Size: 1.9 MB
Repocop status: skip
Gear:   http://git.altlinux.org/gears/k/kernel-image-std-def.git
Home page:   http://www.kernel.org/

License: GPL
Summary: The Linux kernel (the core of the Linux operating system)
Description:

This package contains the Linux kernel that is used to boot and run
your system.

Most hardware drivers for this kernel are built as modules. Some of
these drivers are built separately from the kernel; they are available
in separate packages (kernel-modules-*-std-def).

The "un" variant of kernel packages is a low latency desktop oriented
2.6.x kernel which should support wide range of hardware,
but it is not 'official' ALT Linux kernel and you can use it for you
own risk.

List of contributors:

List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • kernel-doc-std
  • kernel-headers-modules-std-def
  • kernel-headers-std-def
  • kernel-image-domU-std-def
  • kernel-image-std-def
  • kernel-modules-drm-ancient-std-def
  • kernel-modules-drm-nouveau-std-def
  • kernel-modules-drm-radeon-std-def
  • kernel-modules-drm-std-def
  • kernel-modules-ide-std-def
  • kernel-modules-kvm-std-def
  • kernel-modules-staging-std-def
  • kernel-modules-v4l-std-def
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2018-01-24 Kernel Bot 1:4.4.113-alt0.M60C.1

    - v4.4.113
        

2018-01-17 Kernel Bot 1:4.4.112-alt0.M60C.1

    - v4.4.112  (Fixes: CVE-2017-1000410, CVE-2017-17741, CVE-2017-5753)
        

2018-01-10 Kernel Bot 1:4.4.111-alt0.M60C.1

    - v4.4.111
        
 
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