"I've been hearing from a lot of different companies and users
about how the current 'enterprise' Linux distros manage their
kernels and the current problems they are having with them. With
all products that bundle up an every-moving target of an OpenSource
projects, there are trade-offs and for the past five years or so
the two big Linux distros, SUSE and Red Hat have been trying to
walk the line between stability and new features and doing so quite
"But now that we have been living with these models for a few
years, a number of problems have come to light, with the way things
currently work. This document describes how the current kernels are
managed in these two distros, the problems companies and users are
having with them, and three proposed solutions..."
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