On Tue, Oct 09, 2001 at 01:54:17PM +0200, Seth Mos wrote:
> That would mean a kernel needs to be heavily tested before it can be used
> for an update disk.
So, you mean that testing 2.4.10 received is still insufficient ?
> Since the development is past 1.0.1 already and fitting 1.0.1 from 2.4.5 on
> a newer kernel wouldn't be a really good idea either.
I really can't see the point why it shouldn't be good idea. What speaks
against doing so? any known problems?
Actually I tried to speak in the name of few people that either already reported
issues concerning 2.4.5 itself, or - undoubtfully - will report such problems
I really doubt if 2.4.5 is more ,,stable'' (according to new stability
definition that came with 2.4 series ;P ) than 2.4.10.
Personally, I use cvs kernels so it does not affect me, what I said is just
my suggestion/opinion, choice is yours ;-)
> It is very likely that by the time a redhat 7.2 update disk comes along we
> will probably have a newer version included anyways.
Those words doesn't speak against upgrading rpms ;-)