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    SubjectRe: proper place to discuss kernel 'bloatedness'?
    On Sun, 31 Jan 1999, Matti Aarnio wrote:

    > "Lars G. T. Joergensen" <larsj@diku.dk> replies to my suggestion:
    > ....
    > > Nice project :)
    > >
    > > Make a website that looks like the Linux config. When done push the src
    > > into a tar-ball that can be downloaded. There are only a limited amount of
    > > combinations in the config.. so.. it's a finit task.. anyone?
    >
    > I thought you would do it, as you made the careless suggestion
    > of splicing out Workstation and Server sources -- this would be
    > a way to do it.
    >
    > For some thought, my running system has circa 600 .o files (excluding
    > module objects) which likely means that it did need that amount of
    > .c + .S files, plus some 200-300 .h files. Perhaps 250 .o files are
    > combined (via other .o and .a files) into the zImage.

    Sorry, been spending the last 6 month studying combinatorics. I starting
    to think in how many ways I can combine my socks...


    >
    > > /Lars
    > > Student at Department of Computer Science
    > > University of Copenhagen
    > > http://www.diku.dk/students/larsj/
    >
    > /Matti Aarnio <matti.aarnio@sonera.fi>
    >
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    /Lars
    Student at Department of Computer Science
    University of Copenhagen
    http://www.diku.dk/students/larsj/


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