Re: cdrtools-2.01a22 ready
>From: Lourens Veen <email@example.com>
>No, you did not. You said, and I quote (module formatting):
>"It has _always_ been wrong to compile software only once for
>different kernel versions (e.g. for compile Linux-2.4 and later
>install a 2.2 kernel on the so created system).
Why do you repeat this?
The current discussion proves that you cannot expect more than 1%
of the audience to understand the background.
For this reason, it is better to write a general warning.
It _is_ wrong to assume that a random program compiled for OS revision A
will run correctly on OS revision B
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