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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree
On Sun, 21 Apr 2002, Jochen Friedrich wrote:

> Hi,
>
> > > We dont allow proprietary modules in the kernel, why should docs be any
> > > different?
> >
> > The documentation being discussed is not proprietary, it only talks about a non
> > essential proprietary tool used now by lots of kernel hackers.
>
> So would Linus accept a document on how to run Linux/390 on hercules (yet
> another proprietary emulator)? This also was a FAQ on the linux-390
> mailing list until the documentation is available on the hercules home
> page...
<Puzzled> I thought hercules was an open source project... There are some
prioriatery 390 emulators (UMX, Flex) but not hercules.

>
> Developing kernel stuff on 390 without emulator can be much fun as host
> operators tend to get very pissed if the IPL ratio comes near to 1/min ;-)
>
> --jochen
>
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