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1.2.x is the old stable release
1.3.x is the old development release
2.0.x is the current stable release
2.1.x is the current development release

linux-kernel is "bleeding edge", not "yesterday's news"

If someone suggests a method of doing something that is only supported by
2[0|1].x, then 2[0|1].x probably introduced it and there probably isnt a
way to do it in 1.2.x
I have some systems still running 1.2.x.. I consider them obsolete and the
only thing holding me back from rebuilding them is that I want to use new
machines to do it since there is so much stuff running on them and they
need to be up 24/7 as much as possible. And getting new machines takes
time and money that have to be budgeted, etc..

I'd suggest you try to upgrade if you can..


On Wed, 13 Nov 1996, Scott J. Ellentuch wrote:

> Date: Wed, 13 Nov 1996 10:48:04 -0500 (EST)
> From: "Scott J. Ellentuch" <tuc@valhalla.stormking.com>
> To: linux-kernel@vger.rutgers.edu
> Subject: Re:Re: Kernel panic -> Reboot
>
>
> Guys,guys,guys,
>
> Need to get out of 2.X mode and back to 1.2. Everyone is giving
> solutions only for 2.X .
>
> Tuc
> --
> Scott J. Ellentuch, The Telecom Security Group/TTSG, Newburgh, NY
> Visit our web site : http://www.ttsg.com/
>
> "Over the UUCP link, out the ethernet, through the media converter, down
> the fiber, off a router, down the 56K, past my ISP...nothing but Net" -
> with poetic license from Dave Owen of IBM
>


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