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Kernel 14.103d
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Andy Willis
2007-09-07 00:16:53 UTC
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Anyone have kernel 14.103d?
Andy
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2007-09-07 16:09:39 UTC
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Anyone have kernel 14.103d?
http://www.os2site.com/sw/upgrades/kernel/index.html

:-)

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Andy Willis
2007-09-07 17:26:39 UTC
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Anyone have kernel 14.103d?
http://www.os2site.com/sw/upgrades/kernel/index.html
:-)
Cheers
IBM
Thanks, but that one only has as far as 14.103b which in later READMEs
shows as withdrawn (it and 14.103c which isn't on the site).
Andy
Michael Lueck
2007-09-09 11:53:09 UTC
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Thanks, but that one only has as far as 14.103b which in later READMEs
shows as withdrawn (it and 14.103c which isn't on the site).
I only recall there being a 103a and 103b. 103a was Mr. Garfinkle's "best ever" kernel version.

Then he released something in the 104 numbering scheme... which I understand is the preferred version for eCS 2.0 with their tinkering with things exotic.

I do not think that 103c, 103d ever existed.
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James J. Weinkam
2007-09-09 18:27:58 UTC
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Post by Andy Willis
Thanks, but that one only has as far as 14.103b which in later READMEs
shows as withdrawn (it and 14.103c which isn't on the site).
I only recall there being a 103a and 103b. 103a was Mr. Garfinkle's
"best ever" kernel version.
Then he released something in the 104 numbering scheme... which I
understand is the preferred version for eCS 2.0 with their tinkering
with things exotic.
I do not think that 103c, 103d ever existed.
From the readme of the 104a kernel released on testcase:

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20050317 14.103a
First post xr_c005 private. Starts at that level and adds the fixes
from 14.100m-14.100o.
Note: Pentium Pros are once again supported here. Also, I changed
vmco_s back to its usual size (see note under 14.100e)

PJ30210 - Another -- I hope the final -- attempt to fix doscall1 traps
on P4 and Athlon64s.

20050318 14.103a
Note that the smp kernel in smp20050317 was actually an old kernel.
Don't use it. Use this one, instead.

20050328 14.103b
20050329 14.103c
WITHDRAWN - Don't use them!!

20050331 14.103d
****** SEE WARNING UNDER 20041105 (don't use this with Pentium PRO CPUs)
PJ30224 - Netservr hangs from certain win32 client requests (e.g.
QUERY_FILE_COMPRESSION_INFO packets from 7-zip).

200507808 14.104
Basically, a re-build of the above from an "official" build machine.
*This build is safe for Pentium Pros. Note: 486SX CPUs are (and have
always been) safe ONLY on the W4 kernel.

200507808 14.104a
- fixed problem in 14.104 (only) that caused (at least) some VDM
applications (such as COPY) to fail.


(Obviously Scott forgot to delete the 7 in the last two dates.)
Michael Lueck
2007-09-09 23:38:00 UTC
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20050328 14.103b
20050329 14.103c
WITHDRAWN - Don't use them!!
Seems clear enough! ;-)
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