Re: kernel-* packages: what about rtlinux etc. ?
>>"Erich" == Erich Schubert <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Erich> Well, i don't know much about rtlinux, and i don't know if
Erich> it's a patch to the linux kernel, or more like a different
Erich> kernel tree... But we should perhaps treat the realtime linux
Erich> kernel somehow equal to the linux kernel? So the i386-linux
Erich> arch has currently two different kernels, i386-hurd is
Erich> progressing (weren't they hoping for a new kernel, too?) and
Erich> i386-netbsd is advaning as well...
My laptop run RTLinux from time to time. It is just another
kernel-patch. No different than an ac patch, or the preemptible
Certainly not enough to justify calling it two kernels.
In one short day, you have dissed the Linux build processes,
the Debian packaging of kernel packages, and demonstrated a
surprising juxtaposition of arrogant confidence in your opinion along
with a surprising lack of knowledge of what you speak about.
Way to go.
It doesn't much signify whom one marries, for one is sure to find out
next morning it was someone else. Will Rogers
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