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Re: aacraid driver

In article <[🔎] oapui9g15g.fsf@arroz.fake>
adam@onshore.com writes:

>> "Brian Boerner" <pez@bit-net.com> writes:
>> >> Well, if you want it, take it up with the Kernel maintainer -- that
>> >> is, file a bug on kernel-image-2.2.18pre21-compact or
>> >> kernel-source-2.2.18pre21 or whatever.
>> >> 
>> >> Do not make the request here -- we cannot do anything about it.
>> > I thought since this was the "debian-devel" list that the
>> > distro kernel maintainers would be monitoring and/or interested
>> > in obtaining official working versions of the source. I'm certainly
>> > not interested in trying to hunt down all the distro kernel maintainers.
>> > That would be a black hole.
>> All you have to do is file a bug against kernel-source-2.2.18pre21.

Ok. I'll do it.

>> If you're not willing to do that, then there's nothing I can really do
>> to help you.

Thanks your suggestion, Adam.. And I want to say "thanks" to Brian. If
you don't post to debian-devel, I couldn't notice that old aacraid has
memory leak bug.
NOKUBI Takatsugu
E-mail: knok@daionet.gr.jp
	knok@namazu.org / knok@debian.org

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