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    SubjectRe: 2.1.123 and fbcon.c
    On Mon, 28 Sep 1998, Linus Torvalds wrote:
    > reasonable patches. I put my foot down on the hundred-megabyte patches I
    > was continually getting from the console people, and I want to have the
    > problem fixed as much as the next person.

    Wow! How does one manage to generate a hundred megabyte patch? I don't have
    the latest kernels, but "find . -type f | xargs cat | wc" tells me I've only
    only got 40 megabytes of kernel source, so even if they completely rewrote
    every file, they should only be sending you 80 megabytes or so! :-) What
    in heavens name are they doing?

    --Tim Smith


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