on Jan 12, Dale Gallagher wrote this, and I felt compelled to reply:
Ive been using 2.6 since test9 on the laptop, needed to do so to get DRI
support on my odd integrated video chipset. Apparently test9 did some
filesystem damage, 2.6.0 caused my touchpad to stop responding, but been
using 2.6.1 no problems at all since its release.
Not really a production server kinda thing, but my 2c.
> Hi Colin
>> > Been running on various test systems for a few months.
> > ftp.heanet.ie recently moved to 2.6.1-rc2 after trying various other
>> I'm still pondering using 2.6.1 on my new server - it might be
> worthwhile starting with 2.6.x and saving on a possibly painful
> migration at a later more critical stage.
>> > Just be warned that lots of things have changed subtly so be prepared
> > for a longish test cycle.
>> Any specific issues that come to mind for the following:
> shared semaphores...
> iptables - someone mentioned masquerading?
> swap requirements
> Weird kernel config/compile caveats
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