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Re: Again 2.4.X kernels and SS10...

Mandi! Erik Mouw
  In chel di` si favelave...

> The stock linux kernel (as distributed by Linus) usually only supports
> i386 and alpha out-of-the-box because that's what Linus uses. All other
> architectures needs patches to get them to work, see the answers in
> these FAQs:

The FAQ say something little different, that there's some difficulties
to keep in sync other architecture so can be that a "stable" i386
kernel became really stable far from .0 release.

>   http://www.ultralinux.org/faq.html#q_4_6

Also this say that one can download the more recent kernel from
www.kernel.org, exactly what i've done.

>   http://www.tux.org/lkml/#s6-6 

This explain things much better, but involve dowloading via cvs/rsync
the unstable stabilization of stable kernel ;), and i prefer to wait
'till 2.4.X will compile. ;-)

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