"stable" vs "security stable"

From: Coywolf Qi Hunt
Date: Sun Oct 09 2005 - 01:07:58 EST


I find the kernel.org first page inconvenient for some people somehow
since the security stable came.

Now on the kernel.org page, we have and 2.6.14-rc3. If one
wants to get 2.6.14-rc3, he shouldn't get 2.6.14-rc3 Full, but
2.6.14-rc3 Patch and 2.6.13 Full, which isn't there unfortunately. I
suggest we name "security stable", and 2.6.13 "stable".

Fix the 1st line as:
s/The latest stable version/The latest security stable version/

Add a line below:
+The latest stable version of the Linux kernel is: 2.6.13

And adjust the F,V on the right accordingly.

The rational behind is: is security stable, which we suggest users to use. However
the stable is still 2.6.13.

Coywolf Qi Hunt
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