Re: Using linux 2.2.x with Debian 2.1
>>>>> "AW" == Aaron Walker <email@example.com> writes:
AW> Hi, I have read the errata conscerning Linux 2.2.x and Debian 2.1
AW> (http://www.debian.org/releases/2.1/running-kernel-2.2) and it
AW> basically said that I would have to mix the stable 2.1 release with
AW> unstable packages. Has anyone had any problems doing this? Or is
AW> it not necessary to do? What are some of your experiences running
AW> the 2.2.x kernel with Debian?
Its not necessary to mix in unstable packages with the stable 2.1 release
to run the 2.2.x kernels, like the other poster said. I am running 2.2.12
but I have mixed in a number of unstable packages because I already upgraded
to glibc-2.1 prior to compiling the 2.2.12 kernel. I upgraded some of the
packages that were not supposed to work with the 2.2.x kernel as mentioned
on the Debian site.
I have had no problems running 2.2.12 with some unstable packages. A lot
depends on how the machine is intended to be used so YMMV.
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