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SubjectRe: linux 2.4.13 Kernel and Ext3 vs Ext2
Hi.

>>>You can also download a kernel RPM. the latest one released by redhat is
>>>2.4.13, and it is pretty much guaranteed to work with your current system and
>>>not break anything. It is also be patched with ext3 support.
>>>
>>Ehmmm..... The last released kernel by Red Hat is 2.4.9-13, not
>>2.4.13-something....
>>
>
> Well, the rawhide (release "1.0") is currently
> "shipping" with a 2.4.13 kernel -

Yeah, but rawhide is and always will be a thing that might run. I know
that sometimes they throw in packages that won't work with other
packages until those are replaced. Rawhide if for testing, not
production. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. No guarantees, no
QA, no nothing.

// Stefan


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