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SubjectRe: Why don't we separate menuconfig from the kernel?
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Matthias Andree <matthias.andree@gmx.de> writes:

> One of Linux's main problems is that all daemons that drive kernel core
> functionality are cluttered over various separate projects. While this
> allows for independent development, it's annoying if you need to hunt
> down the various daemons (udev, autofs, hotplug, iproute, to name the
> first that come to mind) only to find out the new version doesn't suit
> your distro. I'd rather wish there was a standard kernel "daemons"
> package.

Who would select what is a standard kernel daemon and what is not?
Who would maintain the package?

> Why should other projects that recycle kernel code impact how the kernel
> itself is made.

It's NOT kernel code.
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Krzysztof Halasa
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