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SubjectRe: dropping kerneld...
On May 1,  2:27am, Lauri Tischler wrote:
> I have said before that kerneld _might_ have a place somewhere where
> underpowered hardware is the _only_ choise. (compare travelling 3000
> km's with bicycle instead by airplane).
>
> Saving 100-300 kilobytes of memory is truly not worth the hassle in
> any 'normal' systems.

Oh, please enlighten me as to what is considered a normal system. Is my 8 meg
486DX4/120 a normal system? Is my 4 meg 386DX/16 a normal system? What is
normal?

Until someone has a good suggestion regarding a replacement for kerneld, I
don't see much point in discusing removing it.

Cheers,
David


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