Use Kernel 2.4.18?

Raul rmetsma at itcollege.ee
Fri Mar 1 16:04:11 PST 2002


final:

- No changes have been made between -final
  and -rc4.

kernel.org

Raul


> Mark Hymers <markh at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
>
> > On Fri, 01, Mar, 2002 at 11:11:23AM +0200, Raul spoke thus..
> > > the kernel in lfs cvs tree is anyway patched
> >
> > Er.. The kernel tarball available from the LFS server is not at all
> > patched.  It's a direct copy of the original from kernel.org.
> >
> > Unless I'm misunderstanding what you meant.
> >
>
> You should provide linux-2.4.17 with the 2.4.18 -rc4 patch
>
> The official release of linux-2.4.18 is missing (it was a mistake) that
patch
> and I heard it could break static binary on non x86 systems (in case you
> didn't know)
>
> I believe once 2.4.19 will be released, 2.4.18 will be marked "dontuse".
>
> Since 2.4.18 still invole many fixes.. I think it is a good thing to use
it
> instead of 2.4.17 (but with the -rc4 changes!)
>
> -Evan
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