Re: getting kernel 2.2 into slink
On Thu, Jan 21, 1999 at 12:34:57PM -0800, Joey Hess wrote:
> Would anyone object if kernel 2.2 were packaged up at least as a
> kernel-source package for slink? 2.0.3x would remain slink's default kernel,
> would be used on the boot disks, etc, but this would let people get ahold of
> kernel 2.2 easily on a debian cdrom, and it would let us say that debian
> supports 2.2. (I was at a LUG meeting the other day, and I was asked about
> this very thing a couple of times; people obviously care about it.)
I think it should be as both source and image. (2.2.0-final at least)
It shouldn't be the default..but it should be there. Maybe with a note
in the description field that it's still not a "official-stable" release
but Linus does say's unless there is a real stupid mistake on his part than nothing will be changed for the 2.2.0 release which will probably come out Monday. (unless there is a stupid mistake).
I say put it in! It's been in it's version of "frozen" for a while now.
> Brian, would this be too grave a violation of your "no new code" rule?
Ivan E. Moore II Rev. Krusty
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