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On Friday 18 June 2004 04:56, 4Front Technologies wrote:
>
> Problem fixed!. it's SuSE's fault!. They didn't symlink
> /lib/modules/<kernel ver>/build to the correct source tree.

And therefor you whine here ?

> >>What's with you guys?. Would you really like to see Linux forking?
> >
> > I'm impressed of your altruistic solicitousness about the future of Linux
>
> Thanks, we're trying to make Linux better for everybody.

You make Linux better ? By providing closed source drivers and complaining
that they wont compile everywhere ? HEHEHE

This statement reveals your deep unawareness of the social contract behind
this community and the reality of forking since it started.

Your swollen-headed self-pleasing nature makes you even resistant to sarcasm.

Thanks for providing a nice flame topic and now I have to go back and maintain
some diverging non mainline kernel trees.

Hint: Maybe you should adjust your tie. See below.

--
Thomas
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