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SubjectRe: Linux in a binary world... a doomsday scenario

On Wed, 14 Dec 2005, Eric W. Biederman wrote:

> "linux-os \(Dick Johnson\)" <> writes:
>> When the linux-BIOS group started, few knew where to start. Then,
>> mysteriously, there was a complete directory tree of a well-known
>> BIOS that appeared on the web. That was a start.
> Nope it wasn't. None of the developers even read the code.
> We needed to keep our hands clean.
> Eric

Standard disclaimer #123

Dick Johnson
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