Thanks Eric!

I'll try 2040 instead of 2030.

Santiago

On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 5:57 PM, Eric Auer <e.a...@jpberlin.de> wrote:

>
> Hi Santiago,
>
> > I was setting up a fresh FreeDOS machine and when I was about to download
> > the kernel 2039. I discovered there is a new 2040 version.
> >
> > I think I miss the mail announcing it, but should I use it? Is it a
> stable
> > kernel?
>
> As far as I remember, kernel 2040 (4/2011) fixes some small but
> annoying bugs in 2039 (8/2009) for example in handling of write
> errors when buffers are flushed,  or proper distinction between
> FAT32 and FAT12/FAT16 drives in certain situations,  as well as
> some "hang on exit" and "double close on abort" issues. It also
> improves SYS a bit, the compile process and "interrupt sharing"
> so in short:  I can definitely RECOMMEND this kernel version as
> a maintenance update. It should be used instead of version 2039.
>
> For comparison,  kernel 2039 has heavy file system and "f-node"
> tuning and is the first stable kernel with full country and nls
> support, so it is a feature update. Kernel 2038 is a stability
> and maintenance update of classic kernel 2036 while kernel 2037
> is a more experimental kernel with early country / nls support.
>
> Regards, Eric
>
>
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