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    Hi all!

    Many times i saw and did things like "time make bzImage modules" or "times
    ..." to know
    how long kernel compile process takes, many users and admins use similar
    technique.
    Is it possible to add this feature to genuine kernel?
    Like adding (in the top Makefile, kbuild hackers please help)
    START_TIME=`date +"%s"`
    END_TIME=`date +"%s"`
    _TIME=$(($END_TIME-$START_TIME))
    or in another form with days(anyone use 2.6 on 486 ;) ?), hours, min,sec.

    And another small bug - if your locale is not posix, f.e. for non-english
    languages
    UTS_ strings in linux_banner will be corrupted. Maybe set posix locale in
    Makefile,
    so unpractised users will not be confused?

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