On Wed, 9 Dec 2020, Louis Lagendijk wrote: > On Wed, 2020-12-09 at 15:13 +0000, Phil Perry wrote: >> >> If >> you are able to retain kernel ABI compatibility between RHEL8 and >> Stream >> kernels, then we (and other OEMs) will be able to continue to >> support >> Stream users, otherwise Stream users will have to look to >> alternative >> solutions. >> >> Phil >> > Maybe offering 2 kernels in stream may solve your problem? A "latest > point release" and a "rolling version"? I realize that this may cause > issues with packages that really need the new kernel features.... Perhaps using the Red Hat compatible kernel (if that's what it's still called, I haven't followed any recent naming changes) from Oracle Linux could be considered? Not that this isn't messy, but might provide what's missing?