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SubjectRe: Suspend 2 merge: 9/51: init/* changes.

> > Parsing major/minor should be as simple as sscanf("%d %d"). And you'll
> > have one less modification to generic code. Yes I think it is worth
> > it.
> In that case, we shouldn't access names at boot time either; the
> interface should be consistent, shouldn't it? I really would prefer to
> keep things as they are; is it worth all this fuss?

/proc file is really different from kernel commandline. Consistent
interface is nice but run-time allocated kernel memory is nicer, and
hooks to common code are not nice. Simply drop that /proc file and we
are done with that fuss.

People were complaining that M$ turns users into beta-testers...
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