Re: Danger Will Robinson! Danger!
> I find it hard to believe that this issue arises every time a new kernel is
> released. It may be useful to some to run the latest, but for most it's not
> an issue. IMHO including the latest kernel is only useful as a marketing
> gimmick, and as Debian is non-commercial we don't need that kind of marketing.
> Debian has no need to "keep up" with the other distributions by including the
> latest version of everything. It will continue to be the dist of choice for
> those who know, with or without 2.4.
Besides, it really is not difficult to install your own kernel. Any
developer and most users should be able to do that.
I also have just installed XF864.0 with no problems either, though it
was slightly more involved...