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SubjectRe: Strange interrupt behaviour
On Tue, 14 Jul 1998, Alex Buell wrote:
> I'm now finding that after about 7 days' of uptime, this Linux box [P75 +
> 16MB] actually gets slower than Win95. I'm not kidding. It's getting to
> the point where I am contemplating dumping 2.1.x and going back to 2.0.35.

I'd like to see you compare that to a 95 machine that's been up 7 days.

> And that brings me to a nasty thought I've been having lately. What if we
> have been infiltrated by covert Microsoft agents intent on sabotaging the
> Linux project? I have seen the problems that you've had with the Linux
> kernel by integrating bad source code that was given to you. [2.1.44 comes
> to mind]

I do beleve that's why Linus goes through the patchs. I reccomend
cutting back on the cannabis for a slightly more clear headed approach.

Gerhard

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As a computer I find your faith in technology amusing.


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