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SubjectRe: 1.3.97 make warnings
On 9 May 1996, Markus Gutschke wrote:

> In article <3186969E.3D6DAAF8@drealm.org> Peter Jones <thanatos@drealm.org> writes:
> > (Just to stop the flames, this time... I build _everything_ because
> > a linux kernel SHOULD work that way. I've modules for everything that
> > offers it, built in everything that doesn't. (I still don't touch
> > watchdog, coz it's scary :-)).) ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>
> What is wrong with watchdog. I have been using the software watchdog
> ever since it came with the official kernel. It has worked flawlessly,
> since. Although, it never had to restart my system, yet :-)
>

Speeking of which, I'm just going to release a watchdog deamon. I've had
it kicking around for a couple of weeks, but I've not thrown it out the
door yet (spam me ;).
Bryn

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