On Wed, Oct 10, 2007 at 10:11:48AM -0700, Ben Kevan wrote:
On Wednesday 10 October 2007 09:54:13 am Sloan wrote:
Ben Kevan wrote:
What's the changes of us getting a suse
built build service for the
2.6.23 kernel to help utilize the new scheduler? I am not talking about
Vanilla Kernel, but a suse built kernel?
FYI, I'm running the vanilla 2.6.23 on my 10.2 desktop, and it seems
quite nice - as long as you don't mind doing without drbd and apparmor,
the vanilla kernel works fine - otherwise you could patch it by hand if
Do you know where you can download the SUSE Patches? I was under the
impression they were not avaliable.
Also, yeah, I think I am going to go ahead with the Vanilla.. Now I just gotta
brush up on my Kernel skills.. I've loved the patched stuff from SUSE, but I
think .23 has enough changes for me to give it a go.
I guess that openSUSE Factory at one point in time will upgrade to 2.6.23.
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