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Re: Final Kernel?

On Wed, 2004-11-10 at 08:20, Arjan van de Ven wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-11-10 at 08:12 -0500, Brian Long wrote:
> > Will RHEL 4 GA be based on the 2.6.9 kernel as shipped in beta 2?  Or
> > will there be another rev of the kernel before GA?
> does that really matter? I'm sure the kernel will get more patches no
> matter what, the exact starting point doesn't matter too much then...

Good point  :)

> or is there anything specific you want / don't want from say 2.6.10 ?
> (and if so... what?)

I understand some patches to airo.c were added in 2.6.9 (so the beta1
kernel didn't contain them).  I'm just trying to stay informed so I can
watch out for drivers and know when RHEL 4 is released which drivers are
updated and which aren't.

An example of this in RHEL 3 is the speedstep driver.  It hasn't been
touched since early last year even in the latest quarterly updates. 
I've submitted a RFE to have the speedstep driver updated so it supports
the Centrino chipsets.


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