Re: Frozen Hamm...
Still testing the xdm thing, but thanks for everyone's help on it. (I
got to run to a remote system to test it).
This Frozen Hamm deal is confusing me. I tried hamm, and I know I am
not nearly as experienced with Linux as alot of people who have tried hamm, so I
got problems left and right with backward compatibility. Actually now that I
think about ... my problem was only Accelerated X... but Accelerated X is just a
replacement for like XF86_SVGA, right? The binaries and libs of Xfree86 3.3.2,
if I grab the ones for glibc2 should work fine, right? Hm... although hamm is
the latest thing, I wonder if it is worth all my effort to try to go to hamm
since a lot of things I use now still seem to use libc5. I tried glibc2 for a
little bit, performance gains did not seem to significant.
So... basically, I read, Hamm is frozen for testing... does this mean it
IS stable? Or they are testing it.. if they find bugs, then they will fix it,
then release it?
On Sun, 29 Mar 1998, Oliver Elphick wrote:
> "Stan Brown" wrote:
> > I noticed on my local mirror, that some subdirectories called "slin: ar
> >e being
> > created. Is this new, or have I just not noticed it before. What are th
> >ese for?
> I presume you mean `slink', as in the subject line.
> slink is the next release after hamm; it should now be `unstable', while
> hamm is `frozen'. When Debian 2.0 (hamm) is finally released, it will
> become `stable' and `frozen' will disappear until it is nearly time to release
> Oliver Elphick Oliver.Elphick@lfix.co.uk
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