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SubjectRe: Linux v2.5.43
On 10/16, Bill Davidsen said something like:
> On Tue, 15 Oct 2002, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> > A huge merging frenzy for the feature freeze, although I also spent a few
> > days getting rid of the need for ide-scsi.c and the SCSI layer to burn
> > CD-ROM's with the IDE driver (it still needs an update to cdrecord, I sent
> > those off to the maintainer).
>
> I hope you haven't broken running WITH ide-scsi, because most people still
> run 2.4 kernels in real life and only test 2.5 because someone has to do
> it. Reconfiguring the system to use ide-scsi or not is just one more PITA
> thing which needs to be done, or more likely forgotten, with every new
> kernel.

Honestly, I think it's ok to bust the old stuff if needed. This is
simply my opinion from a user standpoint.

It's really just one kernel argument or /etc/modules.conf modification
to fix the old setup, asnd likely, if you set it up in the first place,
you can un-set it up.

--
Shawn Leas
core@enodev.com

There's a pizza place near where I live that sells only slices...
in the back you can see a guy tossing a triangle in the air...
-- Stephen Wright
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