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Once upon a time at band camp Thu, 24 Jul 2003 11:09 pm, Robert P. J. Day
at the risk of being perhaps a little too far out there
on the bleeding edge, i'm thinking of dumping the 2.6.0-test1
kernel on my severn system today, just to push the boundaries.
im currently running a rawhide system updated to two days ago i havent
installed severn, with 2.6.0-test1 that i compiled with gcc 3.3 and if
finding it performs really well i updated some packages from arjans
site but im really happy. the only issues i have is
inrared is not working right now and occasionally x eats up all the cpu the
keyboard becomes unresponsive and the only option i have is to ssh in and
kill off x usually i just init 3 then init 5 and its ok again.
in addition, what are the implications of upgrading to
gcc 3.3? and what other RPMs would have to go along with
that to have a usable system?
just feeling the need ... the need for speed
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