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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.35-rc4 - CONFIG_LOCALVERSION ignored?
On Monday, July 05, 2010, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> Hey everybody, there's finally a new -rc out there..
> I've been back online for a week, and at least judging by the kinds of
> patches and pull requests I've been getting, I have to say that I
> think that having been strict for -rc3 ended up working out pretty
> well. The diffstat of rc3..rc4 looks quite reasonable, despite the
> longer window between rc's. And while there were certainly some things
> that needed fixing, I'm hoping that we'll have a timely 2.6.35 release
> despite my vacation (my longest time away from the kernel in many
> years, I do believe - I followed email on a cellphone, but did not a
> single kernel compile, and had a great time under water).
> So go out and test -rc4. It fixes a number of regressions, a couple of
> them harking back to from before 2.6.34. Networking, cfq, i915 and
> radeo. And filesystem writeback performance issues, etc. It's all
> good.

Hmm. Am I dong anything particularly wrong, or is CONFIG_LOCALVERSION ignored
now, as it seems?


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