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Re: A suggestion for the woody freeze

On Wed, 23 Jan 2002, Junichi Uekawa wrote:

> Getting pcmcia-cs into woody would be very good.
> pcmcia-cs has not seen any new version since potato to enter
> "testing".
But where is the problem??

 ~> madison pcmcia-cs
 pcmcia-cs |   3.1.20-2 |        stable | alpha
 pcmcia-cs |   3.1.20-2 |       testing | alpha
 pcmcia-cs | 3.1.22-0.1potato |       testing | source, i386, powerpc
 pcmcia-cs | 3.1.22-0.2potato |        stable | source, i386, powerpc
 pcmcia-cs |   3.1.22-3 |      unstable | alpha
 pcmcia-cs |   3.1.28-2 |      unstable | powerpc
 pcmcia-cs |   3.1.29-3 |      unstable | arm
 pcmcia-cs |   3.1.31-3 |      unstable | source, i386

I can't see any RC bug of pcmcia-cs in the BTS.

By the way it is not in my hands to fix this because I do not have
any such stuff to test, but perhaps we could enforce something by
discussing it here (or is this a FAQ??).

> The kernel and the modules seem to be always out of date on woody.
Why not just freeze the kernel-modules?

Kind regards

RC-Bug of the week: 118793

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