I will post what my list is very soon.
Kevin Lentin spewed:
> Ulrich Windl Wrote ...
> > As I just read again about "floating point exception while executng
> > ps", I think we should add a file names "HITLIST" in
> > /usr/src/linux/Documentation that describes the features of the
> > recent changes that hit users most. Of course that file should also
> > contain some pointers to solutions. I imagine that the file should
> > cover the "hits" of maybe the last month.
> Geez, I've been suggesting this for months and so far have received one
> submission. Unless you feel like writing the whole thing and going back and
> finding everything that's broken along the 1.3 chain (eg linux termcap
> entry, ppp, proc-ps, ipfw,etc) yourself, you're not going to get far. I'm
> still willing to collect the info but nobody else seems to care.
> > It might solve the problems of users who just het a development
> > kernel from some "distribution"-CD, but who are not reading this
> > list.
> > What do you think?
> I think most people are lazy :-)
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