scope of swsusp2, thinkpad module and bootsplash with fedora

Kevin Verma kevinverma at
Thu Feb 3 20:03:07 UTC 2005

> The Fedora kernel more or less tracks the upstream kernel directly, and
> the general line is "its 99% likely to not be in Fedora's kernel unless
> it's in the official Linux kernel."  So the best way to get stuff like
> this in the upstream kernel is to submit those patches to the
> appropriate lists (lkml, netdev, etc).  If you're not the maintainer,
> then I'd email them and urge them to start submitting patches upstream.
I am not a maintainer, yes it will be good if you can urge the maintainers of 
mentioned projects to start submitting patches upstream.

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