Slight niggle with pats stock kernels
now, correct me if I'm wrong on this, but pats kernel packages all have SMP and SMT disabled. In this day and age with modern dual core CPU's and many more people owning SMP boxes, it would be great if pat could provide a default kernel with both these options enabled. It offers little to no performance hit if enabled on a single CPU machine, and the only reason I compile my own kernels on my SMP dual p3 800 box is to enable SMP. If i had a kernel package that already provided this, I wouldn't need to touch my kernel or build it, and I could just let it be taken care of by the kernel packages provided, just as I do on my single CPU laptop and firewall server.
So.. am I right in saying its still not enabled? There might be no call for it of course. but it would save a lot of time and effort in my opinion.