[Fwd: Re: 2.4 kernel as default boot kernel on CD #1 ??]
... and again.
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On Thu, 2002-04-04 at 17:47, David Kimdon wrote:
> Yes, the bf2.4 kernel is described in the woody release notes as "an
> experimental flavor".
How hard is it to edit a text file? Fire up your "pico", boys.
> However, debian-boot doesn't decide what the default kernel is on
> i386 (who does?). If someone wants to revisit the question of what
> the default kernel should be perhaps such a discussion is appropriate
> on debian-devel. In any case, I doubt such a change so close to
> release is possible.
I think it IS possible and should be done. For the rare cases (if any
turn out to exist) where for some reason the 2.4 kernel will not work,
there is a fallback to a 2.2 kernel.
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