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SubjectRe: Larger dev_t
Alan Cox wrote:
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> > So change them as well for a new distribution. What's there problem.
> > There isn't anything out there you can't do by hand.
> > Fortunately so!
>
> So users cannot go back and forward between new and old kernels. Very good.
> Try explaining that to serious production -users- of a system and see how
> it goes down

If anything I'm a *SERIOUS* production user. And I wouldn't allow
*ANYBODY* here to run am explicitly tagged as developement kernel
here anyway in an production enviornment. That's what releases are for
damn.
Or do you think that Linux should still preserve DOS compatibility
in to the eternity as other "popular" systems do?
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