Re: 2.2 kernel "flavors" needed for i386 -- any list?
Lalo Martins <email@example.com> writes:
> ``Need'', no. But sound would be cool. Perhaps I'm starting to
> sound repetitive, but the fact that you have to compile a
> kernel to get sound on Debian is really really bad.
That's absolutely not true. My x86 laptop works great with sound --
they are all modules.
> Someday in the future we all know we're going to use a
> modularized solution like RH but nobody ever implemented it. So
> just including the most common stuff as modules will do.
This has been discussed in depth already. We're just not ready for
initrd dynamic module loading for mounting root yet.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>