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I'm curious as to why the latest "dot release" kernel in Potato is
2.2.15 and not 2.2.16.  The latest package update shows 2.2.17pre6
to be available, but .16 is skipped.  I don't read -devel so I'm
in the dark as to why.  Also, why is .14 not available as a package
any longer?  I'm really quite hesitant to install a pre* kernel
on a nearly stable system.  Anyone using .17pre6 who can assure
me it's stable enough?

Questions, questions, questions...

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