moving to devel
Jeremy Katz wrote:
at this point ;-), it is impossible to take advantage of all of the
benefits that you get with 2.6 and still leave a 2.4.x kernel. Not to
I understand RH wants to do a 2.6 distribution _soon_, because there are
lot of new features necessary for enterprises, RHEL 4.But I would like
to see a backup 2.4 kernel. Because it's certainly impossible
that first 2.6.x releases brings all features/stability/security/...
that 2.4 gets today.
mention the question of how do you present this to the user.
It is not necessary a install option, it's enough to place the packages
on a CD dir.
The right answer is to get 2.6.x to where it doesn't cause FC2 to
lame distribution" by getting it tested and stabilized :-)
lame distribution becase the kernel is lame. Today kernel TODO list is not
HTML mails are going to trash automagically