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Re: fedora-legacy-list Digest, Vol 3, Issue 24



David Botsch wrote:
> The only thing to think about with FC1, perhaps, is that it is the last
> 2.4 kernel release (unless FC2 offers a substitute 2.4. kernel). For many,
> going to the 2.6 kernel at this time is not a viable option. Reasons
> include wanting to let it be out there for a while to see what is and is
> not broken.
>
> In our case, we use a filesystem called Openafs. The 2.6 kernel completely
> broke openafs. I won't get into the politics of the situation, but if we
> were to go to a fedora core relase, it would have to be FC1.

FWIW, I believe that you can run a FC1 kernel on FC2, but I have not tried
it.  I need to however, as one machine I've upgraded to FC2 is showing
some strange NFS problems when reading from an IRIX share which aren't
present in FC1.

-Dave



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