Fedora is messing with testing of 34 kernel on 13 right now and is using 35 on 14. But they could switch to 36 at end of beta or do like 13 and test it out mid release and include it as final updates to eol. Which is pretty slick. I intalled a defunk one and it connected and updated everything to right at end of support. I was shocked.
Is there any good reason for linux to continue the 2.6.xxx versioning scheme nowdays? The major version numbers seem to have little meaning anymore.
They really don't have any meaning:
Originally Posted by deanjo
Originally Posted by Linus