On 6/4/06, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> wrote:
> It certainly does seem that way. However, I dist-upgraded from hoary
> to breezy ages ago, and at no stage did I make a deliberate choice to
> stick with that old hoary kernel, so that choice was made by default
> ubuntu policies.
And they are not the only ones, Mandriva does the same, and as long as
you know about it (ie read the release notes/upgrade information), you
should be fine.
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