KernelFreeze, 2.6.14, UBZ agenda, and other bits

Ben Collins ben.collins at
Sun Oct 2 02:17:33 UTC 2005

Generally, you can install the kernel .deb's from one release to the
prior. I can't guarantee it will install, but if it does install, it will
almost certainly boot.

On Sat, Oct 01, 2005 at 04:36:21PM +0200, Jean-Eric Cuendet wrote:
> >On to 2.6.14, for dapper. I've already got a tree in baz for 2.6.14, but
> >before we go head strong into it, I think we need to re-evaluate the whole
> >kernel development proces for Ubuntu. UBZ is probably going to be a good
> >time for us to finalize some ideas for this. I wasn't here for most of
> >breezy, so I don't know all the problems or things learned from the last
> >cycle. This is where most of you step in.
> I would say that I would be very interested in testing the last kernel 
> for dapper, but I'm a bit afraid to test Dapper itself... I think that 
> having a backport of the Dapper kernel for Breezy would be very nice, 
> for users, but also for developers! There would be a lot more testers of 
> the Dapper kernel!
> I'm sure that a lot of people are like me: afraid about Dapper but happy 
> to test the kernel.
> Thanks to hear.
> -jec
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