Jose, Jose R R <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2017-06-17): > On Sat, May 27, 2017 at 12:06 AM, Ladislav Bodnar > <email@example.com> wrote: > > 27.05.2017, 15:03, "Jose R R" <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > >> It has as base the official Debian Jessie AMD64 distribution: > >> < https://sf.net/projects/debian-reiser4/ > > > > > The word "Debian" is registered trademark. Please find another name for your > > distribution. > > > > Ladislav > > Taking heed of your advice, and on the occasion of June 17, 2017, the > official Debian Stretch release date, I hereby let you know that I > have created alternate Stretch web name for referenced project: > Metztli Reiser4 < https://sf.net/projects/metztli-reiser4/ > so as not > to infringe on Debian's trademark. > > In this new debian-installer I began experimenting with Reiser4 > -patched experimental kernel 'trunk' -- made available by DD Ben -- > advancing gradually until I achieved Linux kernel > 4.11.4-1+reiser4.0.1. Which is the kernel that I uploaded and released > on @sourceforge today. Thus, I believe is the only reiser4 -enabled > Stretch released with Linux kernel 4.11 (please note some of the > images reference 'trunk' from my prior experiments). > > I have stripped nano editor from the installer and replaced it with > excellent xvi editor < https://github.com/martinwguy/xvi >; and as a > backup there remains elvis-tiny wrapped by vi. Although my testing has > been on limited hardware and cloud environments, I think those > referenced vi-clones will be dormant and awakened to 'save the day' > during unanticipated situations. > > Even for a non-expert installation, Metztli-Reiser4 for AMD64 makes > sure to install the reiser4 -enabled kernel at the end of the routine. Please stop sending your reiser4-spam to debian-boot@, you've been asked that several times already. Looping in listmasters. KiBi.
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