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SubjectRe: Re: Testing Kernel Releases Before Being Released (Was Re: Re: loop back broken in 2.2.14)
The real solution I think is for Linus to open up 2.5.  

If I remember correclty by the time that 2.2 was at 14, 2.3 was open.

Joe

Christian =?iso-8859-15?q?Borntr=E4ger?= <linux-kernel@borntraeger.net> wrote:
> > I am wondering too... Anyone got ideas on this ?
>
> I would like to avoid some specific problems... especially
> bugs that show up when compiling a certain module / feature
> of the kernel, like the loopback in 2.4.14.

Why not introduce a linux-2.4.xx-rc?

If there is no compile error or huge problem it will become linux-2.4.xx
__without__ any change after 1 day.
If there is a problem, only a patch for this problem is applied.
Just an idea

greetings

Christian

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