kernel-libre (hopefully 100% Free) for Fedora 8 and rawhide
notting at redhat.com
Tue Mar 25 20:37:37 UTC 2008
Alexandre Oliva (aoliva at redhat.com) said:
> > Similarly, you can choose to incrementally move things out of the
> > kernel which judging from this thread is a approach that Fedora can
> > work with without having to introduce a new kernel.
> But this doesn't get me a kernel I can distribute today. Or a kernel
> I can use today. Or a kernel that could go in Fedora 9.
Not. Our. Problem. (Note that Fedora 9 is already past feature freeze
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