>On Tue, 24 Apr 2001, Daniel Stone wrote:
>>Hence, Microsoft Windows. It might not be stable, it might not be fast, it
>>might not do RAID, packet-filtering and SQL, but it does a job. A simple
>>job. To give Mum & Dad(tm) (with apologies to maddog) a chance to use a
>>Since when, did mobile phones == computers?
>read the news! i'm programming nokia 9210 with c++, is that
If that is what this discussion is about, you may just be better off
with a custom program to run instead of init. Have you ever booted with
init=/bin/bash? Notice how it doesn't require a password . . . Use your
own program here and you have no need of butchering the kernel. Be much
easier to maintain as well.
-- Three things are certain: Death, taxes, and lost data Guess which has occurred. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Patched Micro$oft servers are secure today . . . but tomorrow is another story!
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