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SubjectRe: Filesystem corruptions etc. - Which is the last safe kernel?
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> Now the question is, is any of the 2.4.x kernels safe to use?
> And why is it that supposedly released and stable kernels can have such
> serious issues?

Because you misunderstand the release process. Extensive QA is what the
vendors are doing on top of releases. 2.4.16 seems fine if you want ext3.


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