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    SubjectRe: Do not use stock RedHat 6.0 kernels with SMBFS!
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    Um, quite frankly, why would anyone use the stock kernel anyway? The
    point of the stock kernel is to get the system running well enough to get
    a custom compiled kernel, IMHO.

    Besides, the stock kernel for RH 6.0 isn't all that good anyway - I get
    TONS better performance on my own compiled kernels... and not NEARLY as
    much space in modules.

    On Wed, 9 Jun 1999, Michael H. Warfield wrote:

    > Ok... I reported this problem to RedHat several days
    > ago, so they have had at least a small chance to look it over and
    > be ready for this announcement. I'm continuing to hear complaints
    > about corrupted timestamps on smbfs mounts so this word needs to
    > get out.

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