On Monday 11 September 2006 19:23, Chuck wrote:
> On Monday 11 September 2006 13:15, Benedikt Böhm wrote:
> ok cool. thanks... i have a question tho.. i am confused...
> we are currently using 126.96.36.199-vs2.1.0-rc4 on some of our machines from
> last december or so...
> other newer ones we installed 2.6.15-vs2.0.1-gentoo-r5. does this mean
> that the earlier ones using 2.1.0 have more fixes and options .. ie.. a
> 'higher version' than the 2.0.1?
> or has that particular 2.1 been 'grandfathered' into the 2.0.x ?
well, fixes go into both series, but new major features will only be added to
> > On Monday 11 September 2006 19:03, Chuck wrote:
> > > i remember reading a bit ago that version 2.1 has gone production..
> > this has not happened yet, curent stable is 2.0.2, released on september
> > 3rd
> > > when will that be integrated into gentoo's vserver-sources portage
> > > group?
> > you can find all rc* kernels in our overlay at
> > http://overlays.gentoo.org/proj/vps
> > > or should i just do the kernel manually... i have to set up a new host
> > > week and wanted to use the latest and greatest stable sources.
> > >
> > > currently, what is available is vserver-sources-2.0.1-r5
> > vserver-sources-2.0.2 is in portage, still ~arch for the "required"
> > minimum
> > 30 days until going stable
> > HTH,
> > Bene
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