Re: A few questions for everyone
> >Should I be grabbing and applying the ALPHA kernel patches as they are
> >released? Right now I'm using the released 0.99.15 kernel.
> i vote for non-alpha kernels
If this were a normal kernel release, I'd agree. However, since pl15
was a code freeze, the "ALPHA" patches are bugfixes, not feature
enhancements. As such, it's likely that each patch will be MORE stable
than the one before, not less, as it would usually be.
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