I always wonder what should be said by testers when beta software actually
I've been successfully running 2.5.60 on my Tycho system since a few minutes
after Linus announced it. The major bugs I'd had in 2.5.59 were with Alsa,
which seems to be running well in 2.5.60.
Debian 'sid' GNU/Linux, Kernel 2.5.60 SMP (custom)
2.8GHz Pentium 4 w/HT, Intel D850EMV2, 533MHz FSB
512 MB PC800 RDRAM, 80GB Maxtor D740X 7200 RPM ATA-100 HD
WinFast A170, GeForce 4 MX 440 GPU, 64MB DDR
I wonder if testers should post configs that worked, so developers can
compare against configs that failed?
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