Hello. Manuel Wolfshant wrote: > What I am sure is that a > kernel which breaks ABI will never be part of the official repos, ABI > compliance for its entire lifespan is one of the core features of the > distribution. TOMOYO can go into none of repos listed in "Available Repositories for CentOS" at http://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories , can't it? > However I guess that a reference to TOMOYO > and a link to the alternate repo could be added in the wiki, offering > an opt-in feature for the users who want it. That approach requires of users creation of a yum configuration file which enables a 3rd party repo, doesn't it? Then, users won't be able to install TOMOYO enabled kernels without modifying yum configurations. OK, I'll continue using my 3rd party repo at http://tomoyo.sourceforge.jp/repos/ . Thank you.