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SubjectRe: any chance of 2.6.0-test*?
At some point in the past, I wrote:
>> Any specific concerns/issues/wishlist items you want taken care of
>> before doing it or is it a "generalized comfort level" kind of thing?
>> Let me know, I'd be much obliged for specific directions to move in.

On Sun, Jan 12, 2003 at 08:08:42PM -0500, Michael Kingsbury wrote:
> As long as I can't unzip the latest, do a quick
> 'make xconfig' w/o changing the defaults,
> followed by
> 'make bzImage',
> and actually get the sucker to compile, I'd say go for it. But there's
> still too much breakage. And until that breakage is fixed, you won't get
> the next wave of people (users) who are curious to poke around with it.
> (some of us don't care to take half a day just to figure out what to do to make something compile because
> there's problems in the source.)
> (Yes, I realize I have to customize the kernel some. But at the very
> least the defaults shouldn't cause it to fall flat on its face.)

Hmm, I never do this, I've been recycling my own .configs for some time.
Sounds like a valid concern, I'll give it a shot.

Bill
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