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SubjectRe: [RFC] Don't use linux/version.h anymore to indicate a per-driver version - Was: Re: [PATCH 03/37] Remove unneeded version.h includes from include/
On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 5:20 PM, Stefan Richter
<> wrote:
> Easier:
>  "I run Ubuntu 10.4".
>  "I run kernel 2.6.32."
> One of these is usually already included in the first post or IRC message
> from the user.
> Separate driver versions are only needed on platforms where drivers are
> not distributed by the operating system distributor, or driver source code
> is not released within kernel source code.

Unfortunately, this doesn't work as all too often the user has "Ubuntu
10.1 but I installed the latest media_build tree a few months ago".
Hence they are not necessarily on a particular binary release from a
distro but rather have a mix of a distro's binary release and a
v4l-dvb tree compiled from source.


Devin J. Heitmueller - Kernel Labs
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