Kernel bump to 5.10, possible?

I see at KernelVersions master being at 5.4.
I've no idea what are openwrt's dev cycles but ... It would be pretty neat to get v5.10 because of the recent improvements at mt76 driver, and possible other reasons.

Is it a big job to bump 5.4 to 5.10 ?

EDIT: or backporting mt76 from 5.10 to 5.4



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@musashino is that repo openwrt's actual version or ... ?

At second glance looks like is merging nbd's openwrt mt76 driver -> openwrt is ahead of Correct?

The mt76 package of OpenWrt uses that repository.

I don't know the details, but it's probably true. It seems that patches submitted to the ML of the Linux Kernel and not yet merged are being actively tested in the repository of OpenWrt.

Preliminary 5.9 support in nbd staging, but I think the target version will be 5.10 when push comes to shove; check ML.

Awesome! Thanks everybody for clearing my issue!

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