Re: Preparing 2.2r3
Sun, Apr 01, 2001 at 01:47:10PM -0400 wrote:
> * Martin Schulze <email@example.com> [2001-04-01 12:45+0200]
> > Accepted packages
> > -----------------
> [a bunch of new kernel versions]
> > This looks quite screwed... However, since many of them, if
> > not all, are new packages to stable, they are not likely to
> > hurt. Since there are important security updates to 2.2.18
> > and above kernel at least most recent kernel versions have a
> > reason.
> Since there is a bunch of new kernel packages, I guess that somebody
> is going to build PCMCIA modules for them, right?
I built 3.1.22-0.2potato versions:
They are sitting at http://people.debian.org/~dwhedon/ but have not been tested
as far as I know.
> I think that the latest version of the pcmcia-cs distribution should
> go into stable. The current version (3.1.22-0.1potato) has a wvlan_cs
> driver which does not work in Ad-Hoc mode (tested on 3 different
> I discussed this with pcmcia-cs's maintainer, Brian Mays, who feels
> strongly that the latest version of pcmcia-cs should always go into
> stable releases, but told me that he couldn't rebuild the packages for
> Since I assume that somebody is going to have to build them anyway, I
> think that it won't hurt using a more recent version.
This is the first I heard using a more recent version discussed.
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