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Re: Maintaining kernel source in sarge

On Sun, 25 May 2003 19:33, Herbert Xu wrote:
> In the long term, we should have as few binary module packages as
> possible.  They should either be integrated into our kernel-source
> if it is popular enough or made source-only so that the people who
> really need them can build them privately.  I would see alsa in the
> former category (it is already integrated into 2.5) and pcmcia-cs in
> the latter (the built-in pcmcia works for most people).

This sounds very sensible.

What is the status of the pcmcia support anyway?  What is broken in the 
in-kernel support?  Is there anything we can do to make the in-kernel code 
work better and get more people to use it?

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