Re: Kernel 2.2.
I doubt that kernel 2.2.0 will actually be included in slink (due to it's
frozen status), but slink should work just fine with it. I've been using
the later 2.1/2.2.0-pre kernels for the last few months witout any
The only two changes I've had to make are:
1) Add an entry in /etc/cromtab to unload modules which are no longer
used (kerneld has been replaced by kmod, which is strictly a loader)
2) Commented out the two "route add -net" entries in /etc/init.d/network
(apparently this type of routing is setup automatically)
I wouldn't be surprised if 2.2.x makes it into potato, though.
On Thu, Jan 07, 1999 at 01:32:27PM +0100, Thomas Janke wrote:
> The new LINUX-Kernel will be available soon.
> Is Debian ready for the new kernel?
> Will Slink be?
- Kernel 2.2.
- From: Thomas Janke <email@example.com>