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    SubjectRe: I request inclusion of SAS Transport Layer and AIC-94xx into the kernel
    On Mon, 3 Oct 2005, Linus Torvalds wrote:
    [..]
    > This is especially common in the "cheap" market. For example, for SCSI,
    > most of the violations tend to be USB storage - which is supposed to act
    > largely like SCSI, but in reality really doesn't. It locks up if you
    > try to access sectors that aren't there, etc.

    Yes .. of course .. but please don't tap some words (without this kind
    comment) which sounds like rules [1]. *Especialy if* talk is about *one*
    specified piece of hardware. Moving discuss from one point to full
    population many people takes as plain trolling. Luben looks like SAS
    specialist and if you drive discuss outside SAS area this must be
    confusing for him .. and not only for him. And also .. SAS controlers
    this is not '"cheap" market'.

    [1] look at comments at /. and osnews:
    http://linux.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/10/02/218233&tid=8&tid=106
    http://osnews.com/comment.php?news_id=12074
    look how many people without proper knowledge level assumes: Linus is
    authoritet -> Linus says "spec is close to useless" (without looking on
    context) -> .. probaly spec is realy useless. Of course it is blind
    repeatig but case like this may ruine many thing aroud Linux .. and
    forgive me: you must be aware all this.

    Thank You, sorry and regards

    kloczek
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