[blag-noise] kernel-libre- for freed-ora/F-9-detesting

r7 r7 at aktivix.org
Tue Aug 5 14:52:14 UTC 2008

as a blag 90001 user, i'm happy using:

   [root at box ~]# rpm -q kernel-libre
   [root at box ~]#

i queried in #blag why when you seeming to be throwing loads of new 
kernels into the repos, i don't seem to be getting a new kernel-libre 
every one in a while. i'm up-to-date according to this:


so i thought i'd try and help by trying the last one in testing, but 
nothing here:


i note today's offering for example.

Alexandre Oliva wrote:

> i686/kernel-libre-
> [snip]
> will soon land in freed-ora/F-9-detesting.

so what's the difference, which i'm obviously missing, between testing 
and detesting? is it the same as pretesting, or detestable [hateful], 
out of testing? you see my point.


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