On Saturday 10 January 2009 09:28:36 am Charles Philip Chan wrote:
The errors I refer to are kernel bugs that cause
hangs in systems with
preemption enabled (see
Oh, I am not using Factory. I did not know about this bug- sorry for the
noise. However, the default kernel in regular version is still in essence
a server kernel. IMHO, I think SUSE should offer different kernels for
different audiences- this we can learn from Ubuntu.
That we can learn from own SUSE history, Knoppix, Ubuntu ...
It is easier to explain user to use different start point, then how to compile
kernel with different options.
The needs are something like this:
- starts anywhere
It would be easier to get system installed and then fine tune in fashion that
is easy to understand for majority.
The experimental group can have more then one kernel, or more then one
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