3CX DLL-Sideloading attack: What you need to know
Hi there all,
this is, unfortunately, not as easy as it looks.
We would love to use a newer kernel version, but in terms of stability for our existing customer base, we can only offer this with a new major version.
The problem is, that the driver support can change in both ways, means newer cards get supported, but also other cards not anymore or in a different way.
This way we must do all the compatibility testing again and we can not just upgrade as there might be customers out there where their currently running system would not work anymore.
Once we work on ASG V8, than we will use a newer kernel with improved hardware support.
Until than we do some backports from time to time, if they are feasible.
I hope that is understandable
Hi, when will the Realtek r8169 NIC driver be updated?They work fine in Fedora 8 and 9.MANY people have been asking for this on the forums, for a long time...http://astaro.org/showthread.php?t=17090&highlight=r8169http://astaro.org/showthread.php?t=22148&highlight=r8169http://astaro.org/showthread.php?t=21400&highlight=r8169http://astaro.org/showthread.php?t=8988&highlight=r8169http://astaro.org/showthread.php?t=21024&highlight=r8169http://astaro.org/showthread.php?t=19267&highlight=r8169It may be simply a case of updating the PCI IDs.It is really shameful that such a popular device will not work, when it's in the kernel tree and users have been asking for it for almost a year.These NICs are the only gigE option on MANY of the low-power systems, so suggesting another brand means getting a larger, power-hungry system.Thank you,Barry Gould...
Astaro support is forwarding my ticket to a hardware/driver developer.