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SubjectRe: Which kernel (Linus or ac)?
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On Thu, 2001-10-11 at 10:45, jkp@riker.nailed.org wrote:
> I'm presently running 2.4.8 on a machine. The VM on this is not terribly
> good (swaps a lot with seemlingly plenty of physical memory).
> I'm considering going to an -ac kernel, but I need recent iptables. Is the
> iptables code up to date in -ac?
> Also, which -ac do people recommend? I've beent trying to follow lkm, but
> I'm somewhat confused at this point.

The newest ac is always what is recommended. Right now that is
2.4.10-ac11. You will need linux-2.4.10.tar.bz2 and
patch-2.4.10-ac11.bz2.

That code is very stable and has Rik's VM. It should have the newest
netfilter code -- Alan is very up to date.

This isn't to say not to use Linus's tree, though. You may want to give
2.4.12 a try, too.

Robert Love

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