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> 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?

You still break 2.4-2.6. Thats a production release jump. Right now I can
and do run 2.0->2.4 on the same box. If you dont understand why to many
people that is a requirement please talk to folks who run real business on
Linux

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