On Saturday 19 September 2015 00:05:48 Slawa Olhovchenkov wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 18, 2015 at 12:50:16PM -0700, Adrian Chadd wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Just run -HEAD. Outside of occasional hiccups, a whole bunch of us use
> > it for day to day work, and it works fine.
> Some years ago -HEAD break may be one at month, now -HEAD break some times
> at week, and, may be, persistent break (em/igb, callout, i915 on 945G (yes,
> this is also break on -stable, but on stable simple revert two commit
> and will be nice, on -head you got many coomits)).
> Development is ipmotant and development w/o breaks imposibles, but
> current -HEAD not to agree with genareal user.
How far ist -STABLE behind? This could be a way to go. But my Notebook is a
SPF and I don't have the time to do much more than activating the boot env I
created before an upgrade.
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