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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.10-ac11
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On Wed, 2001-10-10 at 20:30, Tom Rini wrote:
> Hello. In updating the PPC defconfigs, I noticed that
> drivers/usb/Config.in will ask questions on machines where CONFIG_PCI=n
> but CONFIG_EXPERIMENTAL=y. The following puts all of the USB items
> under the if [ "$CONFIG_USB" = "y" -o "$CONFIG_USB" = "m" ] check and
> fixes some spacing bits.

Do we really still think USB deserves the Experimental label?
I use it all the time and it seems about as solid as any of
the other subsystems. I know drivers continue to evolve, get
bugs fixed and new ones get added, but is that a good reason
to mark all USB support experimental?

Just wondering what the criteria are,

Miles

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