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SubjectRe: Hardwired drivers are going away?

Hello Alan ,

On Mon, 14 Jan 2002, Alan Cox wrote:
> > No, But it is -mine- ! If I can not have complete control over
> > my system due to the way the Fathers of this operating system
> > are taking it I will have no choice but to use another or be stuck
> > at a non-maintained version . Now mind you I LIKE LINUX !
> Right but you aren't going to go and use autoconfig except maybe to get
> an initial Configuration to frob with ?
Ok , Now I am confused . I guess it's not hard to do .
Is the Kernel headed toward Soft drivers or not ?

I get my initial Config (say from autoconf.) how will that keep
the Drivers in the Kernel ? Tia , JimL

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