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SubjectRe: Kernels do not compile anymore
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"Mike A. Harris" <mharris@meteng.on.ca> said:

[...]

> These problems occur only with devel kernels, and possibly on
> very rare occasions with stable ones. Saying that these
> compilation problems puts things in the distributors hands is
> rediculous. I've NEVER seen ANY distribution release a dist with
> a development kernel. (That is speaking of the mainstream widely
> used dists like RedHat, Caldera, etc - MAIN RELEASES - not beta
> releases).

There have been a few 1.3.x and 2.1.x Red Hat releases, and also Slackware
ones, IIRC. And the first distribution of them all, SLS, was born _before_
1.0

[Just shows I've been around longer than you ;-]
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