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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree

> > 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

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 ;-)


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