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    Default why does the new kernel has the lp?

    the new kernel for leap 15.0 has this lp after the usual name
    kernel-default-4.12.14-lp150.12.4.1-default
    manythanks :-)

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    Default Re: why does the new kernel has the lp?

    Quote Originally Posted by pier_andreit View Post
    the new kernel for leap 15.0 has this lp after the usual name
    kernel-default-4.12.14-lp150.12.4.1-default
    manythanks :-)
    It shows the build Target: l(ea)p15(.)0
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    Default Re: why does the new kernel has the lp?

    I don't know why, but I presume that "lp150" stands for "Leap 15.0". Presumably it is a useful distinction at OBS (open build system).
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    Default Re: why does the new kernel has the lp?

    it's not just the kernel all leap 15.0 packages have lp150 after the version number
    for example the current firefox from the update repo is
    MozillaFirefox-60.1.0-lp150.3.11.1.x86_64.rpm
    I'm not sure what 3.11.1 stands for it's too complex to be the build number
    it's a change from the previous naming scheme which is still in use in TW as the current Firefox is
    MozillaFirefox-61.0.1-1.1.x86_64.rpm
    where 61.0.1 is the version number and 1.1 is the build number

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