Re: official kernel tree?
Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
> >> For 2.4, I suggest you use the bitkeeper tree.
> >I remember reading somewhere that it's mainly for PReP/CHRP while pmac-devel
> >was supposed to be for PowerMacs. What's the advantage of bitkeeper for
> >PowerMac users?
> pmac-devel is Paul's tree. While a bunch of PPC developers (including me
> ;) have write access to the bk tree. The bk tree is currently more up-to-
> date than Paul's rsync.
> Also, both Paul and I lately did some cleanups, fixes, ... directly on
> the bk tree and this is the one that is getting merged with Linus.
Rather convincing, how can I get it via rsync?
Earthling Michel Dänzer (MrCooper) \ CS student and free software enthusiast
Debian GNU/Linux (powerpc,i386) user \ member of XFree86 and The DRI Project