kernelnotes.org is one of those sites that needs to be nuked with exterme
stuff.. it's out of date. .. www.kernel.org is the place to look for
latest version nos... finger @finger.kernel.org .. works for 2.4 .. hasn't
really been updated to show 2.2 stuff..
On Tue, 27 Feb 2001, Gerard Gorman wrote:
>> ok..I'm sure this is going to be a stupid question...
> Is there a good reason for the fact that while you generally read that
> the latest stable release of the kernel is 2.2.16 (e.g..
> www.kernelnotes.org), there are patches up to 18? Is there something I'm
> missing? Is it bad to use these patches? I can't seem to find release
> notes for 17 & 18 either.
>> As an aside...the reason I was thinking of rebuilding my kernel is I was
> noticing strange behaviour with my sound card module (via82cxxx). It
> keeps going dead on me! i.e.. applications think its working fine but no
> sound is outputted...the problem goes away when I rmmod & insmod. Has
> anyone else experienced similar problems?
>> Finally....the question of full duplex. How can I tell if my card
> supports full duplex (besides trying an app that needs it and finding
> that it doesn't work!)?
>> Thanks for replies
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