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On 28 Sep 2001 23:33:39 +0100, Alan Cox wrote:
> > The answer is to treat all linus/ac/aa/... kernels as development
> > kernels. Don't treat anything as stable until it's been through
> > a real QA cycle. I've heard Suse, RedHat and the like don't do a
> > bad job at this.
>
> We try. If you want to QA your own kernel the cerberus test suite is
> publically available - and indeed the VA guys are to thank for its origins.
>
> Alan

For Linux QA/Testing, you may also want to check out the Linux Test
Project. We just had a new release that added about 400 new testcases
which is way up from what we had before. We also have descriptions for
all the tests now too.

-Paul Larson

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