On Wed, 31 May 2000, you wrote:
> End users will not compile a kernel themselves anyway. The distribution
> they use will come with one supplied for them.
I'm not quite sure why you think that. Lots of end users
compile their own kernels. Many times, the local LUG I belong
to is asked for help on how to do this.
In addition, magazines like Maximum Linux, aimed primarily at
newbies, have featured instructions on how to compile your
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