On Sat, May 27, 2000 at 12:34:38AM -0700, david parsons wrote:
> If Linus went insane and ripped everything except the tk/tcl tool
> out of the kernel, that would also be a whoops moment. As it sits
> right now, flattop.pell.portland.or.us, which I just installed with
> CORE+BASIC+LIBC5+KERNEL (120(sigh) mb, no perl, no tcl/tk) is able
> to compile a kernel. This is good.
I've compiled only few kernel during the last years nativly. I don't
want to find that I have to port Python first to my crosscompiler hosts ...
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