Re: Uploaded util-linux 2.9g-6 (source i386) to master
Vincent Renardias wrote:
> Ok, so if we really want a Debian 2.1 that is 100% kernel 2.2.x
> compatible it needs this package to be included in frozen.
> I've just uploaded it in Incoming/ 10 minutes ago.
> Non-developers can also access it at http://www.ldsol.com/~vincent/
> (NB: there are _2_ binary packages to install: util-linux and mount.)
> Needless to say that before to be eventually included in frozen, this
> package must be _heavily_ tested. So if you're currently running the
> frozen distribution, please install this package and report any problem
> you may find.
> NB: back in June 1996, I decided to switch from Slackware to Debian
> because Debian 1.1 (codename: buzz ;) was the very first to be kernel
> 2.0.x ready. So I hope having Debian 2.1 kernel 2.2.x ready will attract a
> lot a new users to Debian. ;)
Yes, that was exactly what I was going to ask. :-) It would be very
nice. One doesn't install Linux everyday, and once one does, it
should last for a while.