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On Fri, 2001-09-28 at 23:06, Alan Cox wrote:
> > been radically changed for "better". Now I don't trust 2.4 line
> > kernel to work *at all*, so cautiously keep all old kernels in the /boot,
> > when upgrading.
> > It seems I am not only one and wonder if something will be done about that.
>
> You certainly aren't the only one. 2.4.10 both really alarms me and doesn't
> survive over night on my test box.

It would be better to be premature starting 2.5.x than to risk damaging
the reputation of Linux by pretending an unproven kernel is stable.

Lets start 2.5.x and let Alan sort 2.4.x out.

Andrew




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