Posted by: Anonymous
on August 02, 2008 12:03 AM
No problem, and thanks for the kernels!
I should point out to fedora users that they should ignore the "it won't work on my machine" type of FUD as it probably *does* support all your hardware. Only like 30 drivers are removed, many of those obscure. The only common ones would be some 3D stuff (but intel 3d is still fine) and e100 network driver (but you can just use eepro100).
Anyway, if you're running Fedora 7, 8, 9 or rawhide give the kernel a test. Worst case you reboot into your other kernel. No big deal.