#debian - Sun 25 Mar 2007 between 01:00 and 01:06

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x3n0:)
oiaohmThanks bzed I was afk just got back.
ucimoksid's the real 'testing'
lfsI only had problem like twice in two years
ONce because I never bothered to upgrade the kernel
musya3d_so once in a year?
x3n0are the 2.6.19 headers available yet?
musya3d_:d
lfsI think it is more stable than stable as there is more developement
ScribbleJdevelopment = stability?
I think you have your terms mixed up.
oiaohm2.6 is not a development tree.
2.7 is
lfsMore people are working on the testing version
x3n0& IF it goes wrong (some how) its usually fixed very quickly!
ucimokstability = stagnation ?
ScribbleJAs a programmer, I'd like to assert that more people working is tantamount to instability.
Not stability.
musya3d_looks like ill be going with debian after all
ScribbleJI mean, if I put a dozen guys on aproject, it's not what I'd call stable in any sense.
lfsI have used both, I had more problems with stable but that may be just me.
musya3d_my computer has issues reading the disk
oiaohmScribbleJ were would you put millions.
ScribbleJIf there's just critical patches going in, that's stable.
lfsMy computer has issues installing Debian.
oiaohmThat is the linux kernel.
ScribbleJoiaohm, I'd distribute them globally using a hashing function.
oiaohm, I'm talking abotu Debian here, not the kernel.
ucimokmusya3d: have you run any s.m.a.r.t. tests?
x3n0Hi has anyone got domino (kde-look.org) running under either etch/sid?
oiaohmThe trick is good management structs. Without that Linux kernel would fail in a heap.
Numbers of programmers is not exactly the issue its management.
ScribbleJoiaohm, who are you talking to?
oiaohmYou ScribbleJ
ScribbleJoiaohm, my comments were re: Debian, not the kernel.
Kronuzhey, also
ScribbleJtesting vs stable.
Kronuzhow come last time I installed debian it asked me what kernel I wanted
and this time it just installed -486
?

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