back to article Latest Linux kernel release candidate was a sticky mess

Linus Torvalds is not noted as having the most even of tempers, but after a weekend spent scuba diving a glitch in the latest Linux kernel release candidate saw the Linux overlord merely label the mess "nasty". The release cycle was following its usual cadence when Torvalds announced Linux 4.14 release candidate 2, just after …

  1. Anonymous Coward

    What could go wrong?

    Many eyes, but all looking at pr0n

    1. CAPS LOCK Silver badge

      @J J Carter - "Many eyes, but all looking at pr0n"

      Think of something new to post in Linux bug threads.

  2. wallaby

    There's an alternative

    could go for Windows

    Lets see how you like it !!!!!

    Lights the touch paper and sits back

    1. hplasm Silver badge

      Lights the touch paper and sits back!



      1. Lee D Silver badge

        Re: Lights the touch paper and sits back!

        (Pictures Apple guy in the next garden with a fabulously pretty fireworks display... shown as a webcam stream on a 200" screen in 4K).

        1. sml156

          Re: Lights the touch paper and sits back!

          You must live on the poor side of town, My TV is 200 inch 8k

    2. Tom 7 Silver badge

      I see you are lighting some touch paper

      the boys will be kicking your door down as you read this. Even on bonfire night.

    3. Gordon JC Pearce

      Tried it, it's okay for just surfing the web and using gmail but there is a serious lack of applications - and the package management is a joke.

      What distro is it based on?

  3. sitta_europea

    No, we don't want everybody to use the same development tools, that would be silly.

    Diversity can have the most extraordinary and unexpected benefits.

    1. Cronus

      You're right but we standardize when we do for good reason so there's definitely a limit to the value of diversity.

    2. Tom 38 Silver badge

      This is why I still use rcs and refuse to switch to CVS.

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