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SubjectRe: Limited RAM - how to save it?
Alan Cox wrote:

>>4 MB was the practical minimum for even the very early versions of
>>Linux. I would probably suggest backrevving to 2.0 (which is still
>>maintained) or even 1.2 (which isn't) for a start...
>>
> There is no 1.2 kernel tree that is secure from remote attack
>

Doesn't matter much if your system is a standalone embedded system, does
it? (Not that I know if the original poster's system was such, but such
systems definitely exist in plenty.)

-hpa

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