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Re: Kernel updates for QA



On Thursday 13 May 2004 12:04, Carlos Villegas wrote:
> Anyone correct me if I'm wrong, but as I understood it (from some
> discussion recently) the RH release will remain intact, with an
> appended legacy release, so if the last release from RH was 31.7
> then we should use 31.7.0.legacy.7.x (where that 0 will increase
> as updates are released) and the same for other RHL versions
> (which goes after the "legacy", so anything for RHL 9 will end in
> legacy.9).

Not quite for kernels.  We can continue bumping the build version of 
kernels, as we know that there will be no more 2.4.20 kernels issued by 
Red Hat, and thus there will be no chance of version collision.

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