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Old 30th March 2011, 12:02 PM
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why fedora team stop to upgrade their kernels?(isnt bleeding edge distribution?)

hi all
i just want to know .why fedora team stop to upgrade there kernel? they always was upgrading there kernels in the past distributions but now they dont (they dont upgrade fedora 14 kernel ). anyone know why?(just want to know)
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