Thu Dec 23 16:31:51 CST 2010
This would be easy to find out. Simply grab one if those stock kernels and try booting it on a Gentoo box.
> OK, hello once again,
> I thought that the only central piece of a linux distribution was the
> kernel and the many common applications. What does it mean to support a
> "stock, -ac, Red Hat, or Mandrake kernels" I thought custom compile is a
> s good as it gets. Is the kernel different from distro to distro? Do
> they not use exacly what is in kernel.org?
> On Fri, 2002-10-11 at 18:03, John Hebert wrote:
> > There's a nice article on the upcoming features in Gentoo 1.4 on http://linux.oreillynet.com/pub/a/linux/2002/10/10/intro_gentoo.html by the project's
> > founder, Daniel Robbins (who is a really nice guy!). It describes some of the nice features of Gentoo and what's coming next in version 1.4. I plan to
> > install it on a PowerMac 8500 soon, hopefully.
> > --
> > John Hebert
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