How kernel sources are packaged?? (that's not a complain.. just to understand)
I would like to understand a bit better how the kernel source pkg is
AFAIK the main stream for i386 comes from kernel.org
since the kernel-source-X.Y.Z is all archs (this from the pool) who take
of merge other archs (like sparc for instance) in the debian pkg???
I was searching around for sparc kernel source code and the only one I
is the cvs at vger.samba.org and the 2.4 branch is update every 30
So what concern me is that merging that branch is not that safe.
I just got an error compiling it on my ss2 after 10 hours of
( frustrating trust me!:) ).
What I've notice on some kernels deb packaged is that the mantiner/s
sometimes patches to make them compiling smoothly (same reason why
they don't come out the same day as the main stream and that's a good
but does this include also other archs or only i386????
Well better I stop here...
I hope someone can explain me...
Debian GNU/Linux Unstable Kernel 2.4.9
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