FC1 Support for *relative* new hardware
Michael K. Johnson
johnsonm at redhat.com
Mon Dec 15 19:57:27 UTC 2003
On Mon, Dec 15, 2003 at 08:55:28PM +0100, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> But if there is something heavier ongoing in testing it is not that easy
> vor the linux-beginner to integrate this work in the current stable
updates/testing is ONLY for things aimed at updates. It is specifically
> Therefor my proposal with a separate repository -- users that don't need
> the update won't get them automatically and users who really need them
> can get them easily.
No, adding a separate repository for each kind of update a user might
need (don't think for a moment that drivers would be the only one)
would end up an unmanageable nightmare.
> AFAIK yes -- and (again AFAIK) everything needed is already in testing.
To be clear, not rawhide, but the updates/testing repository that you
get by uncommenting a few lines in the default yum.conf that we shipped?
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