[CentOS] 7.2 kernel panic on boot

Thu Dec 3 21:28:53 UTC 2015
Alice Wonder <alice at domblogger.net>

On 12/03/2015 12:53 PM, Leon Fauster wrote:
> Am 03.12.2015 um 19:35 schrieb Greg Lindahl <lindahl at pbm.com>:
>> On Thu, Dec 03, 2015 at 12:26:08PM +0100, Leon Fauster wrote:
>>>> And the way I'd figure this out from the centos website is?
>> Note that I was asking about the release numbering, not the release
>> itself. And while you're suggesting where I could find out more or
>> take part in the discussion, Leon, keep in mind that I've been using
>> CentOS since it was first released, I am on the -dev mailing list, and
>> I was a part of the discussion of this new numbering scheme when it
>> was first mooted - my recommendation was that if you did it at all,
>> you should use names like 7.2.1511. And I recall that the decision
>> was to use release names like 7.2.1511.
>> If we can get the version numbering scheme right here:
>> [lindahl at rd ~]$ more /etc/centos-release
>> CentOS Linux release 7.1.1503 (Core)
>> {note the .1. in the name}
>> Why can't we get it right on the website, and the mailing list?  Why
>> should I have to look at the bottom of a webpage to figure out the
>> mapping, when we could all say 7.2.1511?
> Just to be clear; I'm also motivated like you to understand
> why this was voted by the CentOS Board.

Major.Minor.Patch seems pretty standard, I've wondered why it wasn't 
done that way myself.

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