In article <Pine.LNX.email@example.com> you write:
>I'm really kind of surprised that companies like SuSE, VA and RedHat
>haven't started talking about forking the kernel already. Those companies
>are serving the administrators and managers whose needs you are openly
>admitting that you are not concerned with. For those companies the
>present state of affairs isn't sustainable.
If you haven't noticed, they already do. The kernel shipped from
RedHat has quite a few patches applied that arent in Linus' tree.
There's nothing stopping them from doing the same thing with
the KGDB or IKD patch.
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