09 January 2004
Linux 2.6.1 was released nearly 7 hrs ago, and I just booted it on my laptop. It's a rapid upgrade cycle which is fun. I'm getting overly-confident now, though, and I'm tempted to boot the new kernel on butterfly from 45 miles away. I'll see if I can hold off. If you see butterfly go away for half a day, you'll know I was put back in my place.
Now I just need to get Todd to be ambitious and overly-confident about his network. He needs some excitement, right? Has anyone else I know been booting the 2.6 kernels on interesting or important machines, yet?
Update (9:53am): Ok, so I didn't really try to wait that long. Anyway, it works! ;) I rule.