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SubjectRe: intel penguin bootlogo
For those who complained about my patch possibly taking up 'too much
memory' -- utalization geeks ;) -- this one would

but it would be kinda spiffy


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On Wed, 9 Jul 1997, Michael Scott Shappe wrote:

> > the problem with all this of course is that linux is so reliable that there is
> > very little requirement to boot it - hence the penguins are very rare
>
> Clearly, what Linux needs is some funky key combination that will,
> when struck, generate penguins...
>
> /m
>


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