El 13 Jul 2003 13:25:10 -0500 Alex Malinovich <demonbanethe-love-shack.net> escribió:
Well, currently we've> for? I'm going to be using make-kpkg and friends to do all the work. Any
> issues with that? Also, how about .config? Can I just copy over my
> 2.4.21 .config and add new selections as necessary?
kernel-sources-2.5.69 and friends but it seems a bit outdated.
It's much better to create a new config for 2.5. It's very different and itcan
lead to errors ie: some config values you don't need in 2.5 are necessary in
2.5 and if you import a 2.4 you won't see the default value (enabled)
Anyway read [url]http://www.codemonkey.org/post-halloween-2.5.txt[/url], some libraries
may need a update.
Personally i've been using 2.5 for a long time, appart of the module-init-tools
i don't have any problem that i remember right now (well, i don't know if
lm-sensors upstream already supports sysfs, the last time i looked at it no)
The one thing i miss in debian for 2.5 is a libc6 with NTPL support (Christian
Leber put a experimental one at [url]http://ijuz.uugrn.org/nptl-0.52-0/;[/url]
*BE CAREFUL* as it only works with very recent 2.5 kernels) but i can live
without it (it doesn't change the picture a lot in a icewm desktop).
The 2.6 betas will start in the next kernel release, but it seems we'll have
2.6-pre kernels some months.
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