Hi, I was using Antergos (distro based on Arch) when I find a bug that, when I was clicking to shutdown on cinnamon and on Xfce, instead my computer it was rebooted. So surfing on the web I discover that the bug was on the kernel, and for solve that, I needed to switch to the linux-lts kernel. So I did these steps:
“pacman -S linux-lts” (I installed the Linux LTS kernel)
“pacman -R linux” (I removed the standard kernel)
“grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg” (I updated the grub config)
And I reboot
And it worked!
So, my question is… At change the kernel that it was by defect, to the LTS, my distro is still rolling release, or just I will can update it for a few years?
[PD: English is not my first language, so please try to write clearly. Thanks]