> Hell yes. It's going to remain evil until the 2.4 kernel
> is a distant memory. Debian uses a 2.2 kernel in the
> upcoming release, so it will be a good long time until
> everyone is using a 2.6 kernel. When 2.8 comes out,
> Debian will finally stop using 2.4 and I can get rid of
> my evil hack.
Currently, the upcoming version has 4 2.2.20 kernels, 7 2.4.16 kernels,
and 7 2.4.18 kernels.
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