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I agree; why CAN'T we configure the linux kernel more like we do the
BSD ones? Their code and schema is very elegant and simple. And
the source shouldn't be too hard to port over. David Parsons? Oh
thats right, Linus ignores his patches. Oh well.
It isn't true unless it makes you laugh, but you don't
really understand it till it makes you cry.
On Wed, 24 May 2000, Dominik Kubla wrote:
> I really don't like the added complexity. IMHO we should ditch our current
> config scheme in favour of the BSD tools if at all: They are written in
> C, they are simple to use and they have a proven track record. What more
> is there to ask?
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