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SubjectRe: khttpd beaten by boa
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Followup to:  <14942.48157.259491.78067@pizda.ninka.net>
By author: "David S. Miller" <davem@redhat.com>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Lars Marowsky-Bree writes:
> > This just goes on to show that khttpd is unnecessary kernel bloat
> > and can be "just as well" handled by a userspace application, minus
> > some rather very special cases which do not justify its inclusion
> > into the main kernel.
>
> My take on this is that khttpd is unmaintained garbage.
>
> TUX is evidence that khttpd can be done properly and
> beat the pants off of anything done in userspace.
>

Then why don't we unload khttpd and put in Tux?

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