Re: Classification scheme for 2.6 kernel patches
On Sun, Jan 09, 2005 at 08:33:51PM +0100, Marc Haber wrote:
> Actually, the kernel of my dreams is more near to the vanilla
> kernel.org kernel, so I'd like to be able to throw out patches that
> you need to apply because of your _much_ broader user base.
> otoh, I would like to run a 2.6.10 kernel _now_ and cannot take the
> distribution kernel because it is still stuck in NEW. It is adviseable
> to take a snapshot from the Debian kernel svn?
> And, without trolling, I'd like to build my local kernels from sources
> that haven't had drivers removed because of non-free licenses.
I think only one of my machines is running a Debian-built kernel. Debian
is much more forgiving of using a stock kernel than some other distributions.
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