What is LFS anyway?
archaic at indy.rr.com
Mon May 10 10:57:37 PDT 2004
On Sun, May 09, 2004 at 12:51:19AM -0700, jeremy at jutley.org wrote:
> > Also, does the 2.6 kernel require udev? Would it not be safer to stick
> > with static devs (as backup in case something screws up) and link to a
> > udev hint that puts the bare essentials (like hotplug) in it thus
> > satisfying all users with instructions to their needs/desires?
> Here we go, living in the fscking dark ages again! It's time to move on -
> udev is here to stay - 2.6 may not require it, but 2.7 will.
> I'm so sick and fscking tired of people trying to stifle progress!
You are out of line, Jeremy. I did not flame. I did not try to stifle
progress. All I did was ask questions to which you provided only insult,
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