On Tue, 5 Sep 2000, David S. Miller wrote:
> > (What means 'social engineering attempts'?)
> Attempting to change people's habits by making it hard to debug.
> Hard work now leads to less work later.
Lots of people (myself included) would like to be able to debug and
generally hack the Linux kernel but cannot due to lack of time and the
steep learning curve imposed by the lack of a debugger and good
Not everyone has the time or resources to put in the "hard work" now.
Tools like a KDB would make the kernel a lot more accessible to the
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