Hi, due to time contraints (and then starting too late) I failed with making fai work (in a releasable fashion) with the standard debian kernels in time for etch, so fai in etch will need fai-kernels :-( I already discussed this with Dann Frazier (bcc:ed), who said doing security support for fai-kernels is no problem. (After all, it's just adding a changelog entry and rebuilding the package once a new linux-source-$version is available.) So I have one question: should I *now* (let someone) upload a new version of fai-kernels with build-depends on linux-source-2.6.18 and then open a RC bug to prevent it from migrating to etch? Or should I wait with an upload until 2.6.18 has entered etch? I fear that the freeze will happen then... Though as there are no big changes in fai-kernels planned, I think a review of fai-kernels is painless. regards, Holger P.S.: the day after etch has been released fai-kernels can be removed from unstable :) We are basically there, but the changes are too drastic and untested for etch.
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