stable kernel tree

Gregory Nowak greg at
Tue Aug 6 23:09:57 EDT 2013

Thanks Brandon. I actually remembered about wheezy-backports while I
was doing the compile on one of my machines. So, I stopped
compilation, and got the latest kernel from there. That seems to
indeed fix the issues I was seeing on one of my machines, but not on
the other one. I'm doing a build of 3.9.11 now on that box. I'll keep
the git suggestion in mind though.


On Tue, Aug 06, 2013 at 10:09:00PM -0400, Brandon McGinty-Carroll wrote:
> The only constant path I have would be using git:
> git clone --depth 1 git://
> You won't be able to use this like a standard git repo, if you have that need, but it should fetch the latest version.
> This is the closest surely "stable" version I know of.
> Corrections from the list are welcome.
> Brandon McGinty-Carroll

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