Re: upgrading my kernel to 2.2.x
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On Tue, 6 Apr 1999, Pollywog wrote:
> Which 2.2.x kernel is considered stable? Are there any special things I need
> to do to upgrade from 2.0.36 or is the procedure still the same?
They are all supposed to be stable. That's the point of the "stable tree"
of kernel development. If the number after the first decimal point in the
version number is even, then it is a stable kernel. If it's odd, then
it's a development kernel, considered unstable. You might as well run the
latest version. No kernel will ever be completely bug-free (it's
software, after all...) but presumably there has been more time to fix the
bugs since it's a more recent release.
See the following URL for info on running kernel 2.2.x with slink:
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