Joined: Mar. 2005
||Posted: Jan. 26 2008,13:05
|Quote (lucky13 @ Jan. 25 2008,10:25)|
|Maybe just kernel security patches every other month?|
Aside from hardware support, there's not a reason to upgrade kernels periodically. That's too intensive a process for something that's intended to be used as a live CD or installed in a manner so that the kernel is in a read-only environment.
But maybe more in the line of bug-fix updates to current programs in dsl 3.x, like the supposed fluxbox/x-11 memory leak (fat chance, but I have 10 days uptime and no leak, hence supposed) or the white-page bug in monkey, like will be updated soon.