On Wed, Jul 05, 2006 at 12:20:27PM +0200, Rik Bobbaers wrote:
> Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> >I think so, who is going to maintain it?
> if you give me the diffs between rc's, i'll keep them up to date for
> 2.6.16 (as i'm not that fond of 2.6.17 kernel just yet... i'll wait
> for a 22.214.171.124 or so, before i consider that one "stable")
you are probably better off with the deltas published
every time we change something, as the diff between
two rc's might include the changes between kernel
versions (and resulting changes) ... but I can assure
you, all you need is available :)
> as for grsec + vserver patches, i'm afraid i'll have to go to 2.6.17
> rather fast, since spender doesn't support 2.6.16 kernels anymore...
> when vs2.0.2 comes out, and grsec 2.1.9, i'll try to fix a general
> patch for 2.6.16 aswell as 2.6.17, if people are still interested in
> 2.6.16 by then :)
> >well, 2.6.17 should have all that fixes, no?
> problem is, that 2.6.17 has a looooooooot of new code ==> bugs. (just
> check that sctp connection tracking stuff... it's... horrible.
> >if there is great demand and/or some good reason
> >to do that, we will probably go that way ...
> what's the ETA on vs2.0.2 ? what are the issues on that one?
should have been out for a week now, but I'm experiencing
a lot of issues with my internet connectivity (absolutely
not related to Linux-VServer :) and so I had to delay
some of the planned testing ...
I'm pretty confident we will release within the 2.6.17
cycle (did you hear me murphy?) but as usual the slogan
is: "will be released when finished :)"
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