Re: bits from the release team
md@Linux.IT (Marco d'Itri) writes:
> On Jan 04, Adam Heath <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Not to mention that 2.6.15 requires a newer udev. Who knows what other newer
>> things newer kernels might require.
> OTOH, old kernel are buggy and out of date wrt modern hardware, and we
> lack the manpower to backport for years fixes and new features RHEL-style.
> Do you have a better solution?
Why don't we use RHEL's kernel, or collaborate with them to maintain a
stable kernel tree, or something?
Captain Logic is not steering this tugboat.