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    SubjectRe: Tux in main kernel tree? (was khttpd rotten?)

    Roy> Perhaps it's about time to talk about pulling Tux into the main
    Roy> kernel tree, as khttpd once again has proved ususable.

    And why does a Web server belong in the kernel? I've never understood
    this, and I personally do not think it has any need to be there.

    <sarcasm>

    Or maybe we should include kDNS and kftpd as well now?

    </sarcasm>

    An httpd server is a *user space* issue, not a kernel issue.

    John
    John Stoffel - Senior Unix Systems Administrator - Lucent Technologies
    stoffel@lucent.com - http://www.lucent.com - 978-399-0479
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