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SubjectRe: unusual startup messages
On Fri, 1 Nov 1996, Alan Cox wrote:

> > So we have to be really careful about the crypto interface to the
> > kernel...
>
> That is going to be a problem for US distibutors of Linux to worry about. If
> they all go bankrupt or move to Europe then maybe the US will get a clue. A
> lot of crypto companies have already moved out of the US because they can't
> solve the problem.

I just want to voice support for Alan's position here. Red Hat (for example)
is an American company and our dumb laws shouldn't be anyone else's
problems.

---> Insert disclaimer about this being a personal opinion here

Erik

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