Re: 2.1.X Kernels
On Sat, 14 Dec 1996, Christoph Lameter wrote:
> On Sat, 14 Dec 1996, Shaya Potter wrote:
> spotter >I think that we can do the same thing that we have been doing with the
> spotter >pcmcia packages. The package has to be compiled for each kernel we
> spotter >release. Therefore there are a few pcmcia packages, one for every
> spotter >possible kernel download (from the distribution, not a roll your own
> spotter >kernel). We can have dosemu-(dosemuversion)-2.0.* and
> spotter >dosemu-(dosemuversion)-2.1.* we can put the dosemu*-2.1* in a special
> spotter >2.1 directory in experimental. This can probably be done with all
> spotter >packages that have to be recompiled for 2.1.
> I won't maintain packages for each kernel version thats for sure. Perhaps
> we should just say we do not support 2.1.X. If anyone wants 2.1.X then
> compile your own.
This is a side note, but how were you able to get dosemu to do that? I
remember with older version of dosemu, circa this past summer, I had to
recompile the modules to get dosemu to work whenever I upgraded the kernel.
It wasn't that hard, they were the first things built during the make, so
I just killed it after they were built, but it was anoying.
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