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> > Sure some of the kernel's output could be cleaned up a
> > little, but for the most part its not "geeky" - its useful and
> > informative.
> They are geeky, but useful - If you got a system that causes trouble.
> Otherwise, if your system works right, they are just some more bits
> flickering on your screen.
I was the one who began with "geeky". Sorry for that, was probably a
bit ... well, strong.

> Why oh why do we always need to compare ourselfes to Windows. "Windows
> does this, windows does that" Whatever.. that is of no relevance. And if
> it was QNX or RTOS we are cloning and the thing we cloned is a good
> idea, what shalls...? It seems to me that everything that lacks the
> status quo in kernel message visability is a windows clone?
That what I wanted to say with "Can we get rid of the "stupid guy who's
trying to clone Windows" dogma, please?". Yours are more appropriate words.
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