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    > Everyone who says, disk is cheap, ought to donate me one.
    > Everyone who says, memory is cheap, has to send me some.

    :-)

    Perhaps a more convincing argument may be that in embedded devices,
    disk as well as memory and CPU power are _not_ cheap.

    The more resources Linux requires, the less are it's chances of being
    accepted as a viable alternative in embedded systems.

    > I'm still stuck with a P-133, 56 MB RAM (60-70 ns, some EDO,
    > some FPM) and not only Linux but also W2K on a 2.1 and a 0.8 GB
    > HDD.

    That would be _a_ _lot_ for an embedded system!

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