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Re: Kernel >= 2.2.17 or 2.4.* for FW/Proxy

On 2000-12-08 11:53, Dariush Pietrzak wrote:
>> test10 and test11 both worked fine for me in my tests.  I've heard some
>> reports of file system problems with test11 so I'm running test10.
>conclusion is - there are still problems with 2.4.*, success depends
>heavily on your hadware. so - don't use 2.4.* for stable machines, and
>fw/proxy should be seated on as stable as possible.

Conclusion, there are hardware related problems so use what works best on 
your hardware!

>> standard kernel released by Linus then you need 2.4.0-test5 minimum!
>don't see any advantage in Linus approved kernels. You need to patch your
>kernel if you want to use crypto, and there are many other reasons.

But if you choose a heavily patched kernel then it'll be harder to apply the 
patches you want!

>Doesen't test* scare ya?


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