On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 5:33 PM, Jon Masters <jcm(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Wed, 2010-09-22 at 13:27 -0400, Dave Jones wrote:
> There have been a bunch of requests over time to off non-debug builds
> of the rawhide kernel for people wanting to do performance regression testing etc
> We could do this two ways.
> - The notion that was put forward was to keep 'kernel' as being debug mode,
> and add a 'kernel-nodebug'. So it's sort of the inverse of the
> - Stop making rawhide 'debug by default', and just start shipping
> for rawhide as we do for releases.
> The latter involves less uglification of the spec, but we're probably going
> to lose a lot of testing if people aren't going to be running kernel-debug
> by default. (How many reports do we get from kernel-debug users ? Not many).
I'd like to see a "kernel-server" package that could be used for
What the hell are you talking about, and what does it have to do with
what Dave asked?
I'd like to see a
See, I can spout random crap too.