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SubjectRe: Break 2.4 VM in five easy steps
On Wed, 6 Jun 2001, Derek Glidden wrote:

> working on the problems. Yet, when I post a specific example, with
> _clear and simple_ instructions on how to reproduce a problem I'm
> experiencing and an offer to do whatever I can to help fix the problem,
> I am told repeatedly, in effect "you need more swap, that's your
> problem" (which isn't really even related to the issue I reported) by
> names I have come to recognize and respect despite my status as not a
> kernel hacker. Why shouldn't I be flabbergasted by that?

It gets even more fun when you realise that the people who
told you this aren't working on the VM and in fact never
seem to have contributed any VM code ;)

cheers,

Rik
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