[PVE-User] Kernel packages: bug and questions

rupi rupi at rantanplan.org
Mon Nov 30 16:37:27 CET 2009


Hi,

On Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 04:13:39PM +0100, Martin Maurer wrote:
> Long story, short answer: if our default kernel misses any storage driver you need just ask us if we can integrate the missing one in the default kernel or just compile it by yourself.
> This is the advantage of running an open source solution. IsnĀ“t this enough for you - you have the freedom to run whatever you want? What do I miss?
> 
> Br, martin
> 

you miss nothing. I just never thought you'll offer something like
adding/patchin storage drivers to your kernels if i miss some - 2.6 kernels
change their interfaces often enough to make this a painfull job.
Proxmox is the first project i ran into where upstream developers
offered something like that even if you tell its not a problem someone
using decent hardware is likely to need. 

Thank you very much.

/r

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