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At 03:44 PM 1/30/99 -0500, you wrote:
>On Sat, 30 Jan 1999, Michael Loftis wrote:
>
>> Since all of you seem to be closed-minded and convinced that nothing can be
>> done this is obviously the wrong place to discuss it.
>
>OK, fuckwit you asked for it.
>
>1) The size of the sources has nothing to do with the size of the compiled
>kernel.

I NEVER SAID THE COMPILED SIZE -- I WAS TALKING ABOUT THE DOWNLOAD AND THE
EXTRACTED SIZE.
>
>2) There's nothing stopping you from compiling the kernel on a better
>specified machine and copying the resulting binary to your under endowed
>machine
>

Many people, like myself, dont have the luxury of 100MB of disk space lying
around. Nor do they have access to another machine, this is the real world
where hardware costs $.

>5) You've proved that you're a knobhead of the highest order in not
>listening to those of us who _do_ know better. I'm not kidding.

AFAIC you didn't even look at the question. In your arrogance you ASSUMED
something that wasn't true.

>
>Go away, FUD-for-brains.

Again your arrogance shows -- I've been programming for 8 years now,
probably 7 years longer then you've been out of diapers by the tone of your
message.

>
>> I'm not going to respond to any more messages on this thread.
>
>Welcome to my procmail killfilter, goalpost head.

Good, I don't want to hear crap from morons like you anyway.

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Michael Loftis


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