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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.18

Mike> You have got to be kidding me.

Not at all.

Mike> The only binaries that are affected are ones compiles without
Mike> shared libraries on some non-x86 arches, and anyone doing that
Mike> should know what they are doing and which kernels to use.

Mike> Does anyone know how long this bug has been in the kernel?

So what? What's the big deal of releasing a new version with just one
quick change? Marcello made a mistake, this seems to be the quickest
way to solve it in an unambiguous manner.

Who cares how fast the kernel version number moves up, or for what
reason?

I can see your point of view as well, but I still think your arguement
that "they should know what they are doing" is bogus.

But hey, whatever Marcello thinks is fine by me.

John

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