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SubjectRe: Linux 3.10.108 (EOL)
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Am 18.11.2017 um 00:46 schrieb Alan Cox:
>>> i just wanted to throw some stones on the bloated kernel problem which is
>>> increasing
>> People used to be working on that, but then it seemed like the "size"
>> got to a point that people were comfortable with it. Are you sure that
> There's also a lot of pushback to things that add a ton of ifdefs.
>
>> just changing some build options would not make your image smaller?
>> Letting people know sometime in the past few years that the kernel was
>> getting "too big" for you would have been good to do :)
> It's also an increasingly hard problem to deal with because the scale of
> big machines means the algorithms themselves in a modern Linux OS just
> don't make sense for a tiddly embedded router.
>
> I know lots of people build them that way but if you compare it with one
> of the more conservative *BSD builds you have to wonder why not use BSD
> instead - especially with nanoBSD ?
>
> (and BSD has the reverse problem - most BSD does not scale to a modern
> bigger machine of course).
>
> Alan
> "1.2.13 was the last true Linux" ;-)
>

easy. i have to port alot of cpu platforms to bsd then and since i'm doing

wireless routers i will run into a problem with all the drivers i have
to rewrite for bsd and the bsd wireless stack is simply shit

its basicly a impossible task. and most of my code is gpl licensed. mmh
mixing with bsd code, not a good idea


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