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SubjectRe: [RFC] Wine speedup through kernel module
On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, David Howells wrote:

>
> I think now that I'm probably best providing a generic pluggable syscall
> handler, one that is very careful to make sure the syscall can't be entered
> whilst the module is being unloaded.
>

Whats the problem with just not allowing the module to unload at all?
Whats the point in unloading a module anyways. Ok, I know - debugging,
etc. - but for a "release" version this is not important. Also upgrading -
but for desktop boxes (for which this wine stuff is) rebooting seems
appropriate here, too.

Richard.

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