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Re: Is Debian the last OS ?

On Sun, Jul 30, 2000 at 11:09:28PM -0600, Art Edwards wrote:
> If I am right, then to keep users, you should try to update kernels in
> minor releases.

The kernel is upgraded in point releases when justified (an exploit
for example).  However, there's no way Debian can release a new major
kernel revision in a point release and still call it stable (think
about a "feature freeze" as to why this is the case).

More to the point, there's no reason a user can't upgrade the kernel

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