On Fri, Oct 13, 2017 at 12:49 PM, <arm_ml(a)rirasoft.de> wrote:
Summary for me:
I have to wait that all missing parts, (USB3, cpuidle, ...) are done
upstream (Kernel) when I want to use Fedora on Odroid XU4 or Odroid HC1
(I've tested Fedora 27 beta on it ) or I have to use Ubuntu.
The device isn't broken without cpuidle, but USB3 has been broken
since 4.8 and the silicon vendor has done nothing to fix it, I feel
this shows their commitment, personally I would prefer an upstream
actively maintained kernel for CVEs and such vs the Ubuntu variant
where it tends to be use the board vendor kernel and do rare an
infrequent patches for CVEs and security, at least with Fedora you
know exactly which bit is broken. Ultimately I have never recommended
any of the odroid or exynos devices for exactly this reason, they
> Thanks for the clarification of fact by Peter.
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