My plans

Sébastien Maerten maerten.sebastien at laposte.net
Thu May 13 03:03:36 PDT 2004


Ryan.Oliver at pha.com.au wrote:

> 
>>Not really - the branch for LFS-6 to move to testing could be made at
>>ANY time after the release of 5.1.  We have a stable set of packages,
>>and pretty good instructions that seem to work well for most
>>people - the only real lack in testing is that we don't have non-x86
>>arch's to test on yet.
> 
> With gcc-3.3.3 some architectures won't be able to run nptl
> (OTOH ppc, someone with a ppc should be able to clarify), so
> will have to continue with linuxthreads until a stable 3.4.x based
> book...

Yes, funny that I posted this reminder on -hackers before have read your 
mail (shouldn't do that, I know).

But from your plans of what-is-in-which-release, what do you propose 
that us, poor ppc owners stick with linux-2.4 until LFS-6.1? Surely not ;)



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