From: Micah Anderson (micah_at_riseup.net)
Date: Wed 23 Feb 2005 - 19:00:02 GMT
Thanks for providing this Stephen!
It is my understanding from the Debian kernel team that 2.6.8 is the
kernel that will be shipped with Sarge. The 2.6.10 kernel will go away
once 2.6.11 comes available (any day now), 2.6.8 will be supported
with security fixes and stability fixes and the 2.6.1[0|1] kernel will
be the fall-back maintenance kernel if for some reason 2.6.8 doesn't
With this in mind, does anyone know of a debian 2.6.8 kernel patch for
On Tue, 22 Feb 2005, Stephen Frost wrote:
> Here's the vs1.9.4 patch changed to patch cleanly against Debian's
> 2.6.10-5 kernel. It was relatively simple, just a change in mmap.c
> that caused the one reject file (which I then fixed). As someone else
> mentioned wrt their patch:
> There might be security, meltdown and KillAndEatMyDog problems.
> I'd like to hear if you have problems with it though, since I'm
> running it in a number of places.
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