Re: What kernel to use?
Ethan Benson wrote:
> stick with 2.2.18, its stable from mainline, requires no patching, no
> bk, no rysnc crap.
Actually, stock 2.2.18 from kernel.org does *NOT* build without patches, if you
build with the new input layer (i.e. with the Debian .config). The thing to do is
probably to get kernel-source-2.2.18pre21, kernel-patch-2.2.18pre21-powerpc, and
kernel-package, and build using make-kpkg so it automatically ptaches.
FWIW, I have found the 2.4 bk snapshots at ftp.fsmlabs.com to be fairly stable, but
they change every day so YMMV.