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    SubjectRe: The end of embedded Linux?
    Em Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 09:22:12AM -0700, Matt Porter escreveu:

    > The ideal situation is if as we work on all these areas where we can reduce
    > size, we provide fine grained options to tweak them (with a default
    > desktop/server value and a default "tiny" value). You can have this
    > CONFIG_TINY or whatever, but then we should also provide the ability to tweak
    > the values exactly how we want in a specific application. The tweaking
    > options can be buried under advanced kernel options with the appropriate
    > disclaimers about shooting yourself in the foot.

    That is how I think it should be done, yes.

    - Arnaldo
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