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SubjectRe: Fw: signed kernel modules?
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On Thu, 2004-10-14 at 23:03 +0200, Roman Zippel wrote:
> Nice how you conclude from your habits to habits of other people,

I'm one of the people who I suspect is _most_ likely to compile their
own kernel, and yet _still_ the majority of my boxen are running distro
kernels. It seemed like a relevant enough observation to me, in response
to your bizarre claim that 'most people compile kernel and modules on
the same machine'.

> but why did you ignore the rest of my mail? The primary topic of this
> was module signing not compile habits.

Because it didn't seem relevant. You joined a thread about module
signing asking "how to you want to win the whole game?" and saying "I'm
missing how this does fit into the big picture". Since I was only
discussing the technical details of _how_ we sign modules, I wasn't
really interested in such questions.

If you _really_ need an answer then yes, I accept that module signing
won't achieve world peace all by itself. There, are you happy now? :)

--
dwmw2


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