any show-stoppers to exclude current git kernel from f9?
i was just about to test config and build the current git kernel
tree for my updated f9 system -- you know, grab the current f9 config
file, "make oldconfig" with the git source tree, that sort of thing.
is there anything critical that would get in the way of this?
yes, it's a maddeningly vague question, but i was just curious if
anyone had tried this and run face-first into anything screamingly
fatal. naturally, if things don't work out, i can always reboot.
Robert P. J. Day
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