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Re: potato Release Notes updated

Josip Rodin <jrodin@public.srce.hr> writes:

> BTW everyone, another important(?) TODO task is to explain the details about
> Linux kernel 2.0->2.2 transition... I really can't remember what to put
> there, because I switched to 2.1 and 2.2 ages ago :o(

I think ipfwadm -> ipchains is the big one.  Assuming they upgrade
pkgs to potato, however, they should have new versions of course which
work fine.  I don't really know of other issues.

> And a few words about IPv6 support should be useful, too.

It doesn't seem that that support is very mature/widely supported yet.

Oh, speaking of networking, I think it might be significant to metion
how netstd died and was replaced by many pkgs (bootp, bootpc, ftpd,
ftp, nfs-client, pidentd, telnet, telnetd, rsh-client, rsh-server).  I
don't know if the slink->potato upgrade smoothly deals with that.

.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>

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