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    SubjectRe: Tux in main kernel tree? (was khttpd rotten?)
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    > Do the userspace tools still depend on Redhat or a derivative?  If this 

    Never have done.

    > is true, I would say that Tux should stay out of the kernel. It is
    > aggravating when you want to try something new, and run into
    > dependencies on specific distros.

    Tux has a lot of other things that make it questionable for merging -
    incredibly so for 2.4 - it sticks its fingers into task structs, dcache
    and other places.
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