[OT] Echelon keywords (was Re: kernel 2.4.18 and 2.4.19 for sparc)
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On 31 May 2002, Turbo Fredriksson wrote:
> > On Thu, 30 May 2002, Paul Hedderly wrote:
> > /usr/src/kernel-source-2.4.18pre8ac/include/asm/pgalloc.h:292: structure has no member named `processor'
> Same here. I'm currently building 2.4.18-pre9. That seems to have gone ok, it's now
> building OpenAFS modules...
> On my SS4, it takes about 12 hours to compile the kernel and the
> OpenAFS module :) But it should be done soon, I'll let you know...
Yikes. And I thought my SparcStation LX took long with 4 hours.
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> Waco, Texas World Trade Center Honduras [Hello to all my fans in
> domestic surveillance] critical toluene AK-47 jihad Soviet
Last week I saw an interesting documentary on TV from the UK about the NSA and
Echelon, among other things. They touched on this effort to overload it with
keywords in email. An expert said that echelon would quickly adapt and not be
affected. Do you really believe the US would spend uncountable millions on a
surveillance network that could be bogged down with a simple handful of
keywords? You're deluding yourself and annoying me, probably others too.
I'd prefer it if you removed these keywords before posting to this list.
geez, now I feel like such a narc :P
- - On the internet, nobody knows you're wearing a tinfoil hat ;)
Ian Tester *8)# \7\ LINUX: because geeks will find a way
email@example.com \7\ http://www.zipworld.com.au/~imroy
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