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    SubjectRe: Which kernel is the best for a small linux system?

    >> By stable I mean rate of change of codebase, patch volume per month,
    >> 2.6 is orders of magnitude less stable than 2.4 by that simple measure.
    >
    >That is no measure of stability.
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    Ack! Let's pick one:

    Although the exact numbers of patches per time for a specific
    software manufacturer - let's pick Microsoft as an example - is not known,
    it is usually low (two for this *month* afaics), compared to what hits lkml
    *each day*.

    Does that make their software more stable than Linux? I would have my
    doubts about that.



    Jan Engelhardt
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