Re: 2.6 debian-installer
>2.6 will need a bit more maturity and better architecture support for
>that to happen though. Definitively post sarge release stuff.
This is a very bad idea, because more and more modern hardware will
require 2.6 kernels. If it's OK to support 2.2 kernels (!) for doorstops
then if there is somebody willing to do the work we should officially
support 2.6 kernels too, even if as a bf26 boot option.
A few days ago I fixed most .o/.ko issues, only kernel/linux-kernel-di/
still needs some work.
By the time sarge is going to be frozen 2.6 kernels will be mature.