Re: Debian Bug#20445 disagree
On Thu, 9 Apr 1998, Brian White wrote:
> > > In this case, if somebody has the knowledge to build their own 2.1 kernel
> > > (since one didn't come on the CD), then they have the knowledge necessary
> > > to get packages from "unstable".
> > It's very unpleasant to have to download things whn you have just bought a
> > CD. And many users are forced to use new kernels because of their new
> > hardware drivers.
> > These package are already a working feature of hamm... why would we remove
> > it?
> The 2.1 kernel is not part of Hamm and so these packages are _not_ a working
> feature of Hamm.
They work if you're using a 2.1.x kernel. Since plenty of people can be
expected to get Debian on multi-CD sets which include kernel sources, I
still believe we should ship them.
Also, what happens when Linus finally puts out the 2.2.0 kernel? I don't
think we're going to be making a release at exactly the same time, then
people will start complaining that Debian doesn't work with Linux 2.2
Scott K. Ellis <email@example.com> http://www.gate.net/~storm/
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