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Re: 2.5 IPsec kernel patch: orphaning the grsecurity patch

also sprach Matt Zimmerman <mdz@debian.org> [2003.10.11.0554 +0200]:
> People care more about some things than others.  Given a choice between
> IPsec in Debian kernels by default and being able to apply grsecurity to
> Debian kernel source, I'd take IPsec anyday.

Well, I would do it the other way. And if there was a patch for
IPsec just like there is for grsecurity, we could both have our

What's your problem with understanding that, Matt?

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