Talk:Realtime kernel patchset

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I don't (fully) agree with the reason for reverting [1]. My wording was indeed more correct: linux-rtAUR and linux-rt-bfqAUR are based on latest upstream development, which is not the latest linux kernel or linux, but the latest RT patchset (which is usually sometimes off by a couple of patchlevels or even minor versions). linux-rt-ltsAUR is specifically catered to be a stable LTS version of the patchset, based on linux-lts (but also usually a little behind). I would like to have made clear, that this means: linux-rtAUR != linux + patchset

Additionally, having a bullet list of the AUR options is also more readable (IMHO), than float text (as it's a list of different options).

—This unsigned comment is by Davezerave (talk) 13:41, 22 September 2018‎. Please sign your posts with ~~~~!

It says "linux-rtAUR and linux-rt-ltsAUR, [...] both have a configuration based on the main linux kernel package", it doesn't say linux + patchset == linux-rtAUR. Feel free to format it as a list but please don't remove the quoted part without saying why. --Larivact (talk) 13:55, 22 September 2018 (UTC)