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SubjectRe: Re: Please tag tested releases of the 2.4.x kernel
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In clouddancer.list.kernel, you wrote:
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>In article <20011201113734.5187E38329@fever.semiotek.com> you wrote:
>> And the kernels on kernel.org *are* tested, by lots of people, by kernel
>> developers, by lots of ordinary folks even. I bet right after theren's
>> an announce on slashdot you see lots of traffic on the ftp/http sites.
>
>The problem is that there is absoloutly no defined QA-cycle for these
>kernels. Please take a look at what distributors (at least most, I know
>at least one counter-example):

Actually, I find it pretty easy to sort out which to run. Just look
at the email subjects of lkml for a few days after release. Bad stuff
is rather rapidly detected, so "no news is good news". As for
protecting the info on your hard disk, you do make backups of course?

--
Windows 2001: "I'm sorry Dave ... I'm afraid I can't do that."

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