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SubjectRe: I will _not_ start accepting patches!
On Wed, 27 Jan 1999, Alan Cox wrote:

> > Basically, I don't expect to release a 2.2.1 in several weeks, unless
> > something _really_ bad comes up. And even then, 2.2.1 will just be a
>
> IMHO the any user can crash the machine by running a core dump fix
> is a bad bug. I'd like to see a 2.2.1 with just that and the ess
> fix pair in it.

> I don't think you can seriously expect people to pound on 2.2.0
> now that they know anyone can crash it.

Seems like we have a reason to ship 2.2.1 ASAP...

I know my sysadmins really want to try the kernel,
it's just that nasty crashme-please-pretty-please
bug that's keeping them from making the update :(

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