From: Mathieu Doidy (mdoidy_at_roulaize.net)
Date: Thu 28 Oct 2004 - 17:34:24 BST
On 2004-10-28, Herbert Poetzl <herbert_at_13thfloor.at> wrote:
> so I'd say if you have issues with the vanilla
> kernel this can have two reasons:
> a) your kernel config is not suited for that machine
> b) your hardware requires a special driver not
> included in mainline
> while the former can be solved by changing the config
> the latter might be simpler to solve by applying the
> patches for this specific hardware ...
well, I had come to the same conclusions.
The big hurdle is that I am hundreds km far away from the machine
so I can't easily test kernels to understand which redhat patch is
necessary. I don't want to disturb someone near the computer every
30mins to reboot.
That's why I was looking for a (well-)tested patch appliable to redhat
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