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Re: How to identify kernel

On Fri, Aug 26, 2005 at 16:21:33 -0400, Michael Wileman wrote:

> I read that, and I don't understand why the current snapshot gives me 
> a kernel with 3.0_BETA.

Where did you get that snapshot from?  Are you sure you ahve updated
the kernel on the DOS partition of the CF card, i.e. that you are
actually booting the kernel from the snapshot?

> Why is there a 3.0_x at all if 2.99 is current? What does 3.0_BETA
> represent?

No, 2.99 *was* current before -3 branch was cut.  Current is 3.99.*

> Anyway, question for the developers, which one should I install to
> get the latest and greatest that works and has the most recent
> hardware support, even if it is not stable?

Current - by definition. :)

> I can't seem to find anything that would get me a 3.99.x anymore.
> Anyway, if someone can just give me the URL on the NetBSD server where 
> I should go to get the kernel and sets.

Try e.g. this one


SY, Uwe
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