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SubjectCrap: CONFIG_RANDOM and TCP FILTER
Arrrgghh,  PLEASE shut up..  :)

As interesting as the present slugging contest between Ted and Martin is,
it does not belong here.
Besides the only Monte Carlo I know is a _very_ nice place at Mediterranean.

Mathematics aside, the desperate attempt to save memory is quite
idiotic, 16k is peanuts when the memory requirement for usefull box
begins at 16M. I just found this out the hard way, I had to borrow
memory from my other box (486/66) for another project, went down to 8M from
24M. The compilation time for the kernel went from 39 min to 70 min.

Also the present 'debate' of 'kernel-included indicency-filter' is almost
unbelieveble. It seems that there are two places in the world, where
narrowminded religious zealots are trying to strangle the rest of the
population, Iran and USA.


Lauri Tischler Network Admin -- email = ltischler@efore.fi --
EFORE Oy
P.O. Box 61 02211 Espoo High Quality Switching Power Supplies
FINLAND for Telecom, Medical, Automation and Defence



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