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SubjectRe: Boot messages (Was: Re: Ideas for v2.1)
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In article <199606191838.OAA01287@snowdon.ccs.neu.edu>,
Albert Cahalan <albert@ccs.neu.edu> wrote:
>
>Yes, you missed the point. The point is that some people do not want
>to see the boot messages. By the time init is spawned the kernel has
>already spewed out several pages of cryptic stuff and you might as
>well start X.
>

Being credited, however briefly, in the bootup phase of millions of
computers is also a motivating factor for Linux developers. I think
it isn't more than fair that they get their credit.

-hpa



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