Re: Preparing another 2.6.22 upload - Debian

This is a discussion on Re: Preparing another 2.6.22 upload - Debian ; Martin Michlmayr writes: > Now that 2.6.22 is finally in testing, we should start planning to > upload 2.6.22-5. This update is definitely needed on mips since it > fixes two important bugs: > > - #444104: Kernel crashes on ...

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    Martin Michlmayr writes:

    > Now that 2.6.22 is finally in testing, we should start planning to
    > upload 2.6.22-5. This update is definitely needed on mips since it
    > fixes two important bugs:
    >
    > - #444104: Kernel crashes on boot on IP32 (SGI O2): this kernel
    > flavour currently doesn't work at all.
    > - qemu NE2000 doesn't work on mips
    >
    > We need to add the last few stable update for 2.6.22. Any volunteers?


    After it, we'd need another udeb uploading cicle. IIRC last stable
    updates also changes ABI, don't they?

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  2. Re: Preparing another 2.6.22 upload

    * Otavio Salvador [2007-10-06 17:03]:
    > > We need to add the last few stable update for 2.6.22. Any volunteers?

    >
    > After it, we'd need another udeb uploading cicle. IIRC last stable
    > updates also changes ABI, don't they?


    So far, those changes that change ABI have not been commited. I have
    no idea if those changes are important or if newer stable updates have
    any ABI changing patches that are important. Maybe maks knows.
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