On Thu, Jan 4, 2018 at 9:40 PM, Phil Perry <pperry at elrepo.org> wrote: > Normally elrepo only releases the long term branch for Enterprise Linux, on > the assumption EL users will welcome the implied stability over more > frequent and potentially buggy releases. > In this case I had built the current short lived release as a user requested > it for compatibility with the latest CUDA. However, as it is a short term > branch release, it will stay in the testing repository indefinitely and will > not be promoted to the main repository. Once it's been superseded by a > subsequent long term branch release I will likely just delete it from the > testing repo. That said, it should be fine to use (at your own risk). > Thanks, I normally certainly prefer the stability of the long-lived releases. I noticed an update was just released of the long-lived release: 384.111. The notes for this release say: > Fixed a regression that prevented displays connected via some types of passive adapters (e.g. DMS-59 to VGA or DVI) from working correctly. The regression was introduced with driver version 384.98. That sounds very much like my issue. I will verify next Monday if that solves it for me. Can I assume that new 384.111 release will make it into the main elrepo repository eventually?