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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Single user linux
At 8:45 AM +0100 2001-04-25, Alan Cox wrote:
> > True, but then imagine trying to hack C (no, that's a CURLY BRACE, and a
>> tab! not space! you just broke my makefiles! aargh!), and compiling
>> Netfilter (it takes HOW MANY hours to compile init/main.c?!?) on a PDA.
>Usual misguided assumptions
>1. Many PDA's have a keyboard
>2. The ipaq has an optional fold up keyboard
>3. Modern PDA's have 200Mhz processors and XScale will see some of them
> hitting 600MHz+

4. Linux is only ever used for developing Linux kernels. Or, under extreme circumstances, Linux apps.
/Jonathan Lundell.
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