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SubjectRe: tighter compression for x86 kernels
On Wed, 20 Dec 2000, John Reiser wrote:

> Beta release v1.11 of the UPX executable compressor
> offers new, tighter re-compression of compressed Linux kernels for x86.
> Additional space savings of about 15% have been seen using
> "upx --best vmlinuz" (example: 617431 ==> 525099, saving 92332 bytes).
> Both source (GPLv2) and pre-compiled binary for x86 are available.
That's not true. Read

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