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SubjectRe: Re: config-menus
On Wed, Sep 08, 1999 at 02:26:26AM +0200, David Weinehall wrote:

> > > o A "Prompt for drivers/code flagged DANGEROUS" option in the
> > > code-maturity section that is conditional depending on EXPERIMENTAL
> > What is the difference between experimental/dangerous, except the
> > latter scares people.
> That was kind of the idea... There is a reason for flagging code
> DANGEROUS. Only people who really doesn't care if their dogs die, their
> grandmas get abducted by aliens, their disks crashed and their screens
> burned out enables such code, while many wannabe hackers enables
> EXPERIMENTAL code.

And could you please put _exactly_ that in the "Help" menu for the
CONFIG_DANGEROUS switch. I think there should be some humour in such boring
things as configuring a new kernel. ;)


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