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Old 03-07-2011, 09:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Liquorix fatigue in Debian


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The 2.6.37 kernel I got from Liquorix has made Debian Squeeze a nearly perfect distribution. Liquorix tracks the kernel very closely, and as such there’s a new update every few days. Due to update fatigue, for now I’m “pounding out” the Liquorix entry in my sources.list. I have a good 2.6.37 kernel, and I want to stick with it for at least a little while.

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