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* Timur Tabi <ttabi@interactivesi.com> [Sep 26. 2000 17:36]:
> > Maybe this can be fixed for 2.96, but it breaks badly elsewhere (doesn't
> > compile; kernel builds but hangs/crashes at boot; kernel appears to work
> > fine while it is busy eating your disk; ...)
>
> Why is 2.96 so screwed up? I mean, the version numbers imply that 2.96 is a
> minor bugfix over 2.95, but your comments make it sound like it's a major
> change.

Maybe because gcc 2.96 have not been released yet, and therefore not is
bugfree yet?

/Mads Martin
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Mads Martin Joergensen, http://mmj.dk
"I have a nice perspective on what it means to be in charge of the most
important project in the history of mankind."
-- Brian Valentine, Windows 2000 Project Manager
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