Re: what is bf2.4, actually?
* Colin Watson [Thu, Jul 03 2003, 02:44:18PM]:
> When you see "bf2.4" in a kernel package's version number, it indicates
> the fairly stripped-down kernel that's installed by default when you
Sorry, "stripped-down" is just wrong wording here. It has more drivers
that the actuall "2.2.x-vanilla" kernel for Potato. The only things not
available in bf2.4 are some exotic devices and gamer hardware, and many
people used it as before the ptrace exploit came to daylight.
<Fette-Sau> und warum ist der nicht so schön bunt wie bei Suse?