sundaram at redhat.com
Tue Jan 17 18:00:58 UTC 2006
> Heck, the 2.6 kernel is a "2.5" kernel these days.
> The core of the 2.6 kernel seems sound, but there's a "permanent
> revolution" in the network, block drivers and other things that are
> essential to a reliable system.
> A lot of it is that the direction of Linux is being set by large
> corporations: the kind of organizations who can hire a team of ten
> kernel hackers to make the system reliable.
> If you want a reliable OS, switch to Windows.
Please people. This is a Fedora development list. Not a general stage or
a sounding board. If you want to discuss 2.6 kernel development, LKML
might be a better place but we had this discussion before multiple times
everywhere. We can always trade one set of issues for another.
Fedora Bug Triaging - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers
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