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- Jim Chapman
November 10, 2003, 4:08 pm
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Re: HardHat LSPs - how to find out which kernel dist version they derive from?
MVL isn't based off of one architecture kernel tree. It merges the "best"
stuff from all the architecture development trees (PPC, ARM, etc), the
various subsystem trees (MTD, I2C, etc), various patches that float
around, and the kernel.org releases. include/asm-ppc/* and arch/ppc/*
in MVL will look similar to the BK PPC development trees from months
before it is released.
Let's see...that means you'd want to look back at least a year in
the PPC BK tree of choice (linuxppc_2_4_devel at that time).
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