Re: 2.1.X Kernels
Christoph Lameter writes:
> When will we support 2.1.X Kernels?
I would guess that this highly depends on when the 2.2 kernel will b
ready. If it isn't ready when we want to release Debian 2.0 (highly
likely, IMO), then we should probably stick with the 2.0 kernels.
> There is a significant change in those kernels. Most of my kernel
> dependent elements in my packages breaks with 2.1.X (ibcs, irqtune,
> dosemu). Dosemu's features that were formerly in the modules have been
> integrated into the kernel. If I could compile dosemu to use the advanced
> kernel support that would increase its usefulness.
> It might be useful to have two versions of those packages one for 2.0 and
> another for 2.1.X kernels but how?
This is probably the way to go. The 2.1 kernel versions could go in
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