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Re: NCR SCSI - which debian kernel will work

Must have been a pre-release then. The Slackware 3.5 CD has v2.0 and v2.1 directories, and
he was about to install the latest 2.1, until I explained that 2.1 series are developmental,
so he went to the 2.0 directory and installed the newest one in there, which was a 2.0.35,
because I told him it would be safe. (I hope it will be safe :)


Hamish Moffatt wrote:

> On Fri, Jul 03, 1998 at 12:42:52AM -0700, Christopher Barry wrote:
> > One of my friends just installed Slackware and had the same problem. He used the
> > 2.0.35 kernel but I'm pretty certain you'll be fine with the 2.0.34. I don't know what
> Must have been a 2.0.35 pre-release, or an error;
> finger @linux.kernel.org
> [linux.kernel.org]
>         The latest stable version of the Linux kernel is: 2.0.34
>         The latest *beta* version of the Linux kernel is: 2.1.108
> Hamish
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