Christopher J. White
chris at grierwhite.com
Wed Dec 3 16:30:38 CET 2008
I've seen a lot of references to the "andy-tracking" kernel. A search
of archives yields some info about this with regard to a shift to the
2.6.27 kernel. However, I've not been able to really understand what's
in it, or what the current state of the kernel is.
Would someone mind elaborating a little on a few points:
1. Is this generally available? If so, where?
2. I'm currently running Debian with the stock kernel that gets put in
place by the install.sh script. Can I use this kernel with Debian?
There are caveats on the Debian pages about using other kernel, so has
anyone used this with Debian successfully?
3. What do I get with it? What is at risk?
Thanks... I apologize if this info is out there somewhere, but I have
spent a significant amount of time digging through past threads, and I'm
just not getting a complete picture.
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