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SubjectRe: Crap: CONFIG_RANDOM and TCP FILTER
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> 
> My reason for putting any bytesaving efforts on _very_ low priority
> is mainly because I see Linux as a 'server OS' not so much a 'desktop
> OS'. Boxes dedicated to server use usually have adecuate resources
> available. This also explains why I dont see the usefullness of
> 'kerneld'.
>

Linux has networking features which make it a cost effective solution for
many networking problems. This sets it apart from any other OS. Doing
it with slow (386/486) cpu and low memory (2M-8M) is a key feature.
OTOH, every OS is in the server market.




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