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Re: Broken applications: Could we be honest?

helices <helices@helices.org> writes:

> * Goswin von Brederlow <brederlo@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de> [2006:07:13:13:47:58+0200] scribed:
> <snip />
>> The amd64.debian.net is at the same level as sarge if you include the
>> proposed updates. The only difference to official sarge is that the
>> ftp-master hasn't pushed those proposed updates into our sarge yet
>> (for which we all hate him a bit).
> Also, don't forget the kernel issues.  Much 64-bit hardware is quite
> new, and NOT directly supported by the kernels available in Sarge.
> Newer kernels may require else not available in Sarge; which may further
> muddy the waters ...

So? Neither are the i386 kernels any newer. Sarge has 2.6.8 as newest
kernel across the board.

The kernel version in sarge is not relevant to the topic of amd64
being inofficial.


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