[Debian-eeepc-devel] Is it now safe to upgrade?

David L. Johnson david.johnson at Lehigh.EDU
Tue Sep 9 22:49:13 UTC 2008

I know it would have been more of a contribution to try upgrading to 
current lenny, with a 2.6.26 kernel, but at the moment I can't find the 
energy to fight configurations as much as I have been reading about on 
this list.

So, now, if I were to upgrade my 701, would I be likely to find wifi 
working, toggling off/on, etc?  Suspending (to ram) working?  The 
warning that was posted a while back was, by me at least, appreciated, 
since I could not have dealt with no wifi access on that machine at this 
time.  But, no one has explicitly given an all-clear, although it 
certainly seems that things are settling down.  I also need to have my 
sd card usable without more hassles than I had initially setting it up.

Currently I have a 2.6.25  (probably -2) lenny system on all of my 
machines, and should upgrade soon, but I want to upgrade them all at the 
same time to keep applications compatible.


David L. Johnson

A mathematician is a machine for turning coffee into theorems.
		-- Paul Erdos

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