Re: Cryptography in the kernel (was: Re: Linux 2.5 / 2.6 TODO (preliminary))

From: Ed Carp (
Date: Thu Jun 01 2000 - 12:29:08 EST

Russell King ( writes:

> Ed Carp writes:
> > As for changing governments, when enough people in the US stood up and said
> > "NO!" loud enough, we got results. Crypto exports with little restriction,
> > no Clipper chip, we even got SA turned off on GPS! I wouldn't bet on the
> > "fail miserably" side...
> Remember China? Remember the masacre? It doesn't always work, and can
> have disasterous consequences.

Oh, please. Have a little courage...

> > I also wouldn't worry about getting a smaller Linux base - Linux is
> > doing just fine, thank you...and it's even more wildly popular in
> > Europe than it is in the US.
> And China, until cryptography goes in.

Oh, stop! You don't think that China won't rip out anything they don't like?

Ed Carp, N7EKG		940/367-2744 cell phone

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