On Thu, Jun 01, 2000 at 12:27:21AM +0200, Jan-Benedict Glaw wrote:
> > Governments that try to ban even the most basic rights (like that of privacy)
> > using the excuse of "national security" are evil and have no right to even
> > exist.
> Maybe they have no right (from our point of view) to exist, but you
> should notive that they *exist*.
Agreed. This is a technical forum, can't we have an objective
discussion on the technical merits of including/not-including the
kerneli patch into the kernel, without bringing in very subjective
ideas of ``right'' and ``wrong''?
> We should have a patch or externally compiled modules (I thinks of
> something like the "idea" module for GnuPG which is only available
> as external source). However, such modules need some kind of stable
Of course, such an external patch already exists. (http://www.kerneli.org)
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