Re: adam di carlo is back
* Christian T. Steigies [Tue, Dec 10 2002, 11:26:08PM]:
> On Wed, Dec 11, 2002 at 12:35:37AM +0100, Eduard Bloch wrote:
> > There were some changes now. As said, I did not consider m68k ;)
> > problems as hot problems since there are no "pending" bug reports, even
> > no scarying bug reports at all. At least not here.
> The bug is indeed a bug in MAKEDEV. I think I reassigned it to MAKEDEV (I
> don't think it was fixed yet) and I added a workaround to the boot-floppies.
Bdale wanted to make a new release, iirc.
> A simple rebuild with either a fixed MAKEDEV or current bf will solve the
> problem. I do not have access to my PC, so I can not tell you more details.
> A bf version with this problem fixed is on my people.d.o pages, users either
> replace their root.bin by the new version or fix it manually. No big deal if
> they know where to look. But I still hate to release a new version with a
> known problem which has been fixed months ago... thats why I said I knew you
> were ignoring us, if something like this happened on i386, there would be
> new CDs immediately.
Of course. Such ugly things are easily excused with "experimental
plattform, not many testers, blah, blah" but makes not a good
impression after all.
Well, now it is your time to prepare the new release, please look at
Wenn die Verwendung eines Killfiles Zeichen einer labilen Persönlichkeit
ist, dann ist es auch ein solches Zeichen, den Fernseher abzuschalten,
wenn etwas Uninteressantes läuft. (Mathias Warkus in dcoulm)