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Re: yet another DECstation kernel

Subject: Re: yet another DECstation kernel
Date: Mon, 9 Feb 1998 21:54:50 +0100
In-reply-to: <>; from Florian Lohoff on Mon, Feb 09, 1998 at 01:10:22PM +0100
References: <199802081236.NAA00682@jordan.numerik> <>
On Mon, Feb 09, 1998 at 01:10:22PM +0100, Florian Lohoff wrote:

> > ... the patch, a patched kernel source tree and a binary image are now
> > also available on
> What about introducing a Patch level like in the m68k development 
> something like 2.1.14pl3 etc ... because i see a little bit chaos in
> the patches ( haralds patches, haralds recent patches) etc ... :)

Guys, you're seriously back in history by basing your work on 2.1.14.
I suggest to upgrade to Linux/MIPS latest and offer an account with
CVS access for doing so.  Why?  The MIPS code has dramatically improoved
since 2.1.14.  Yes, there is even a commercial product based on a
backport of 2.1.56 back to 2.0.30 because the generic, _not_ the MIPS
code was limiting the kernel stability.  Use that advantage.  Aside
maintenance and staying uptodate with my / Linus' releases will be
a lot easier for you.  And finally the DECstations sources in the
``official'' tree will become more meaningful that ``stubs'' that I've
recently deleted.  Oh, and I'm under contract for a company to do the
R3000 stuff, so by using the CVS you're going to get that stuff for free.


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