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SubjectRe: module mess in -CURRENT
Hi,

On Wed, 13 Nov 2002, Linus Torvalds wrote:

> (There are some other patches I'm still thinking about, notably kprobes
> and posix timers, but other than that my plate is fairly empty froma
> feature standpoint. And the kexec stuff I want others to test, at least
> now it's palatable to me).

Linus, please also consider LTT. The benefits might not be immediately
visible, but it's great tool to the analyze system behaviour, which can
even be used by non kernel hackers. This means as soon normal users start
testing 2.5, they're not limited to fuzzy error messages, but they can
tell you what actually happens, when the system doesn't "feel" right.

bye, Roman

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