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SubjectRe: Century Linux!
On Sun, 12 May 1996, Alan Cox wrote:

> > The 1.3.100 kernel is out there, go and get it. People who thought I couldn't
> > count that high and would overflow to 2.0 were mistaken - there is still
> > roughly 10 days to go until that particular deadline..
> Sorry Linus. We are NOT going to have stable and tested net code for 2.0
> in ten days. End of story.

What's with the rush to push 2.0.0 out the door? It seems (from the
number of Oops reports) that 1.3.9x and 1.99.x are far from stable. I've
got 1.99.1 #1-pre-2.0 running on a test box (old a.out system) and its
gone 8 hours with very little load (other than a few runs of make -j
zImage :)...but 8 hours doesn't make a kernel "stable". Just last night,
a system I thought was stable (1.2.13/1.2.14 cyclades terminal server) died
horribly after 15 days.

OTOH, alot of people probably won't touch 2.0.x until 2.0.10...cause they
know 2.0.x won't be "stable".

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