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Today's Topics:

  1. Re: Newer kernels ... (Fr?d?ric L. W. Meunier)
  2. Re: Newer kernels ... (Michael McStarfighter)


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Date: Fri, 8 May 2009 18:36:48 -0300 (BRST)
From: Fr?d?ric L. W. Meunier    <lists2006@pervalidus.net>
Subject: Re: [coLinux-users] Newer kernels ...
To: colinux-users@lists.sourceforge.net
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I think it's starting to get old, because 2.6.22 was released almost two
years ago (8 july 2007).

But while 2.6.22 works fine for me, even using it with my Linux partition,
in the near future a recent kernel will be badly needed, because ext4 will
be the default filesystem on most distributions.

Anyway, to the developers. Does the task to port coLinux to a new kernel
becomes way harder if you don't follow all releases ? I guess that if
2.6.25 wasn't an easy task -
http://www.henrynestler.com/colinux/testing/kernel-2.6.25/ -, moving from
2.6.22 to 2.6.29 would be much harder.

On Thu, 7 May 2009, Paolo Minazzi wrote:

Hi Micheal,
porting a new kernel is not an easy task.
We need some time to test a kernel version and the first releases
obviously will have bugs.
The actual configuration is very stable, so I think that for now
2.6.22 is not old.
Bye,
Paolo


On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 3:28 PM, Michael McStarfighter wrote:
> A little question
>
> When will there be a newer kernel then the 2.6.22? Or are there any reasons
> to do this not?
>
> Thanks for an answer ...
>
>
> Regards from Germany.



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Date: Sat, 9 May 2009 00:42:04 +0200
From: Michael McStarfighter <mcstarfighter@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [coLinux-users] Newer kernels ...
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That was one of the resons I asked. New filesystems like ext4, brtfs, and
some other nice things ... And also some new distributions gets enough
errors because the actual colinux doesn't understand some calls and so one
... These are only examples ...

2009/5/8 Fr?d?ric L. W. Meunier <lists2006@pervalidus.net>

> I think it's starting to get old, because 2.6.22 was released almost two
> years ago (8 july 2007).
>
> But while 2.6.22 works fine for me, even using it with my Linux partition,
> in the near future a recent kernel will be badly needed, because ext4 will
> be the default filesystem on most distributions.
>
> Anyway, to the developers. Does the task to port coLinux to a new kernel
> becomes way harder if you don't follow all releases ? I guess that if
> 2.6.25 wasn't an easy task -
> http://www.henrynestler.com/colinux/testing/kernel-2.6.25/ -, moving from
> 2.6.22 to 2.6.29 would be much harder.
>
> On Thu, 7 May 2009, Paolo Minazzi wrote:
>
> Hi Micheal,
> porting a new kernel is not an easy task.
> We need some time to test a kernel version and the first releases
> obviously will have bugs.
> The actual configuration is very stable, so I think that for now
> 2.6.22 is not old.
> Bye,
> Paolo
>
>
> On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 3:28 PM, Michael McStarfighter wrote:
> > A little question
> >
> > When will there be a newer kernel then the 2.6.22? Or are there any
> reasons
> > to do this not?
> >
> > Thanks for an answer ...
> >
> >
> > Regards from Germany.
>
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