Re: RFC: Kernel-package: Please add the '.config' file in the binary package
>>"jwalther" == jwalther <email@example.com> writes:
>> Are there any objections to moving the file into /boot?
jwalther> Is there really any reason to take us farther away from the
jwalther> standard that everyone else uses? Its just one more gotcha
jwalther> that'll tick a newbie off when they follow their slackware
jwalther> friends advice, dl the kernel source, and just have at 'er
jwalther> like it says to in the Kernel HOWTO.
One extra 4 KB file that really helps at times? Do we really
want to cater to unreasonable people like that? why on earth? If
there are technical objections, please feel free to voice them.
Debian has achieved technical renown by not slavishly
sticking to traditional unix behaviour (we have non standard stuff
like dpkg, see?). I strongly deplore this new tendency to bend over
backwards trying to placate increasingly unreasonable people.
"What's up in the ghetto, boy. Oh they just captured the suspect. A
day without violence is like a day without sunshine. The sun shone
last night." Christopher Commision report of LAPD car-to-car computer
Manoj Srivastava <url:mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mobile, Alabama USA <url:http://www.datasync.com/%7Esrivasta/>
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