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Re: Wednesday's meeting
On Mon, Mar 01, 2004 at 11:33:00PM -0600, Jonathan Drews wrote:
> How about compiling the 2.6 kernel ?
I have two thoughts about that:
a) Compiling kernels is a *really* bad idea in most cases. Let your
distribution handle that.
b) If you don't know how to compile a kernel, you shouldn't be
messing with 2.6.
So, no offense, but I personally think that's a bad idea. :-)
More appropriate ideas might be:
* Configuring kernel modules on 2.4
* Configuring kernel modules on 2.6 (somewhat different)
* What's new in 2.6
Thinks like that...
> Maybe some topic from the new LPI book?
Let's just not talk about that right now, OK? :-)
We do need to have a group paper exam testing day sometime soon
though. We should talk about that...
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