Philip M. Gollucci-9 wrote:
> 
> Josh Paetzel wrote:
>> Regardless, there's no real supported downgrade procedure.  It's probably 
>> possible, but you are in wizard territory.
> Its possible, not easy, even with mismatched kernels.
> make -k
> 
> repeatedly seems to install enough stuff the first time that the second
> time its really close.
> 
> Don't try it in production.
> 
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I think no, here is mine:
BATCH=yes
X11BASE=/usr/local
CPUTYPE=pentium4
CFLAGS= -O2 -pipe
NO_PROFILE= true # Avoid compiling profiled libraries
CFLAGS+=-DNO_MALLOC_EXTRAS
# added by use.perl 2007-09-17 06:37:02
PERL_VER=5.8.8
PERL_VERSION=5.8.8

Anyway, I just want to know the reason why so that I can avoid
from next time, I think it's difficult to down to 7.0 once you went to 8.0.
Could anyone help me?
Thanks
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