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SubjectRe: IDE? IDE-TNG driver
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> Everyone I've heard advocating a moduleless kernel uses an argument that
> boils down to "it's slightly more secure." Does anybody have a GOOD
> reason for not using modules? Obsolete or embedded hardware arguments
> don't count.

Someone replied off-list saying that initrds are too hard to create.

That's true. They are. One day, hopefully that will change.

Any other reasons?

- Scott




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