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SubjectRe: Development tree, PLEASE?
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On Sun, 2006-01-22 at 02:03 -0700, Michael Loftis wrote:
> Development for new hardware continues, and for people who need these
> pieces of hardware which require major changes to work, then this much
> more limited set of users can take the rest of the issues that follow
> with using a dev kernel, until the stable branch moves up to/off/after
> the point at which the development branch got support for their new
> hardware.
>
> A *lot* of us are using Linux for servers or other things that don't
> change every month.

Well, like it or not, desktop, embedded, and HPC are where the action
is, and the new development model reflects that.

The server war is over, and we won, back in the 2.4 era.

Lee

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