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SubjectRe: 2.4 vs 2.6
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On Sat, 2003-12-13 at 20:08, Jan Rychter wrote:
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> So please be careful when making statements like that. 2.6 is *NOT*
> stable enough nor ready enough for people to use it, unless those people
> have a narrow range of hardware on which the 2.6 kernel has actually
> been tested (translation: they have the same hardware as the main
> developers do).

I have a brand-spanken-new laptop (less than a month old), and all my
hardware works great. In fact, ATI drivers (only in pre-release X) only
work on 2.6, and ACPI never worked on 2.4. So, it works better for me
than on 2.4. Please be careful when saying that 2.4 is better than 2.6,
it's only that way for a narrow set of hardware.
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Daniel Gryniewicz <dang@fprintf.net>
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