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SubjectRe: 64-bit AMD panic
On 03/03/2008, linux-os (Dick Johnson) <linux-os@analogic.com> wrote:
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> That's the problem trying to support devices in production.
> The last kernel I was able to locate for the x86_64 project
> is linux-2.6.23. Its dates are from late last year so maybe
> it will work!
>
> It is now being compiled one one of the target machines.
> If this works, I'll have to find the differences between
> the old and the newer and patch the linux-2.6.11 because
> it is a "certified" kernel, i.e., selected by the FAA and
> determined to be politically correct!

So, you take a "certified" kernel, then you patch it, which leaves you
with what? Certainly not a certified kernel. You might as well go with
the latest 2.6.24.3 sources then...

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