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SubjectClear indication of stable -ac kernels?
Hi Alan,

I was just wondering if you might stamp your kernel releases clearly
with some indication of stable/probably stable/don't bet the farm - or
some such. I've got a big-ish (2 X 1Ghz, 1.5G) multi-user terminal
server that's having bits of flakiness (which I suspect are recently
fixed), and could probably stand a kernel upgrade. I'm guessing that
2.4.10-ac4 is probably a good bet, but I'd sure be happy if you'd make
clear statements to that effect. ;-) (i.e., when Linus releases
something non-pre, I assume he means 'I think this is stable' - even
though he's not always right, I still feel better trying those in
production than any of his -pre's)

regards,
David
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David L. Parsley
Network Administrator, Roanoke College
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then
they fight you, then you win." - Gandhi
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