@kernel-vanilla/stable

Project ID: 77926

Description

Linux kernel vanilla repositories for Fedora

This copr project provides vanilla builds of the latest Linux kernel release meant for end users, e.g. either the latest mainline release or the newest version from the latest stable series.

This is the second of six copr repositories that allow you to quickly, comfortably, and cleanly install vanilla kernels from different Linux series. The offered packages are built just like Fedora's kernels and perfect for both quick tests and regular day-to-day use.

Installation Instructions

Enable this copr repository like any other, e.g. by running sudo dnf copr enable @kernel-vanilla/stable. Afterwards update your system, as your package manager then will install the latest kernel from this copr. On commodity x86 systems you’ll also have to disable Secure Boot, as your firmware otherwise will likely refuse to boot kernels from this copr.

A page dedicated to the kernel vanilla copr repositories for Fedora Linux explained this in more detail. It also provides a lot of additional information. Among them the differences between the six coprs and why most of them include others as a runtime dependency – which is why some of the coprs will occationally look empty or abandoned, when in fact everything is working as intended.

Active Releases

The following unofficial repositories are provided as-is by owner of this project. Contact the owner directly for bugs or issues (IE: not bugzilla).

Release Architectures Repo Download
Fedora 37 aarch64 (48)*, ppc64le (21)*, x86_64 (4931)* Fedora 37 (0 downloads)
Fedora 38 aarch64 (74)*, ppc64le (31)*, x86_64 (12495)* Fedora 38 (698 downloads)
Fedora 39 aarch64 (38)*, ppc64le (6)*, x86_64 (13799)* Fedora 39 (492 downloads)
Fedora 40 aarch64 (0)*, ppc64le (0)*, x86_64 (0)* Fedora 40 (3 downloads)
Fedora rawhide aarch64 (0)*, ppc64le (0)*, x86_64 (0)* Fedora rawhide (111 downloads)

* Total number of packages downloaded in the last seven days.

Runtime Dependency List

The following repositories are used as runtime dependencies