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|On Tue, 16 Jul 1996, Alan Cox wrote:
|
|> > Does anyone else think it is in bad taste to have the kernel printing:
|> > printk("ufs_read_super: fucking Sun blows me\n");
|> >
|> > I think we could live without that one. :)
|>
|> Seconded
|>
|
|*raises third hand*
|
|Though I can remember a time when I was really frustrated with an
|account-based package and my boss (after fingering the server) emailed to
|ask who the account sh**head belonged to... ;-)

Can you image someone who has finally convinced their boss to consider
Linux as an alternative, just to have this message pop-up: or worse yet,
at a dog-and-pony show to a group of management. Besmirching Linux isn't
smart, for any reason.

--
Louis-ljl-{LLaBash@siue.edu | lou@minuet.siue.edu}


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