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SubjectRe: Linux 2.0 and 2.1 stability..

On Thu, 30 Oct 1997, linux kernel account wrote:

> Okay.. I'm curious, what major feature of 2.2 are we going to tell the
> users about? I doubt they care about the new exception handling or the
> dcache.. Saying Faster seems to take care of that...

Very good point!

Features that seem to be essentially "done" code-wise, and I would like to
see in the kernel include

1) The new RAID levels
2) ACL's in ext2
3) New filesystems -- HFS, NTFS
4) The "privs" root-splitting part of posix.1e

I think security enhancements should figure high on what we try to get
into 2.2

Chris


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