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SubjectRe: how to be (SAFE) a kernel developer ?
On 7/19/05, Brian O'Mahoney <omb@khandalf.com> wrote:
>
> sacrifical system, and, for example NFS mount everything, on
> it from your main box, otherwise use a cheap local disk just
> for your fs stuff
>
> then when you blow it there is no FS damage and you don't need
> to wait for FSCK, or Journal Replay, when your fs works you
> can live more dangerously ;-)
>

Or try qemu/bochs for your laptop, Xen for your desktop and z/VM for
your mainframe ;)

Jan
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