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Herbert Poetzl wrote:
>>Since I have become aware of linux-vserver I have not seen a lot
>>of work towards merging with the kernel.
>>Is it lack of interest, lack of clean implementation, or lack of time
>>that has been holding the effort up?
> mostly lack of motivation ... i.e. I consider merging
> with mainline not that a great idea, so I do not push
> in that direction ... and obviously the kernel folks
> have no interest in this kind of isolation either ...
but wouldn't this be a good idea in terms of getting more people to use the
software, as surely anything that makes it easier to install is a good idea? i
know that it was only recently that i was able to even contemplate kernel
complication and patching, and that was after having a couple of one-to-one
tutorials with a friend.
ever scared of breaking things, and ever-learning,
love and solidarity,
i have a NEW key:
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 594B97C2
Key fingerprint = 7B70 F22D F275 D111 3A04 F9EE 0E25 4944 594B 97C2
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Received on Wed Jan 11 22:47:48 2006