> Yes, I seriously considered the feasibility of having 2.4.14-fixed
> kernels around, but I could just imagine trying to deal with millions of
> people trying to download known good kernels on our bandwidth...
As has been mentioned before I think that the best way to avoid little
problems like this is to have a 2.4.x-rc1 kernel around for a day, if no
problems are found then that tree becomes 2.4.x if a problem is found
then is becomes 2.4.x-rc2 etc...
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