Re: non-debian kernels -- bizzar?
On 28 Jul 1997, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> The benefit is that even a Debian developer find it very hard
> to get rid of a kernel that is the same version as the one running
> ;-). This will make it very hard for a novice to totally hose the
> If it is this easy for you to bypass the problem, it means
> that someone who knows what they are doing can get rid of the
We are not here to be nursemaids, are we? :-)
IMO, as a matter of convenience, the package should allow itself to be
removed by normal means. Since I never install it anymore, I haven't had
any problems. A strong warning should suffice to "protect" novice
users. How will they learn if they never make a mistake? I believe the
request for a change has merit.
Syrus Nemat-Nasser <email@example.com> UCSD Physics Dept.
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