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SubjectRe: Slashdot shitheads
On Wed, May 12, 1999 at 10:46:45AM +0100, alex@eos.co.uk wrote:
> Why was the release of 2.3.0 kernel announced on slashdot? Now we'll get
> clueless fuckwits installing broken 2.3.x kernels and complaining loudly
> that it sucks simply because they don't realise it is a DEVELOPMENT
> kernel!

Considering the only difference between 2.2.8 and 2.3.0 is 3 version
numbers, I don't see how it could raise any more complaints than the
2.2.X series kernels they've been building for weeks. Then again,
it is the Slashdot crowd.

> The press release on slashdot made no distinction between the 2.2.x and
> 2.3.x kernels, unfortunately.

There really isn't any distinction to be made, other than one has a 2
in it and one has a 3.

--
Shaw Terwilliger

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