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Re:In BSD, hardware support is often more graceful

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on June 14, 2005 05:33 PM
You like it because it doesn't use modules? This is a pretty ignorant statement. Modules are a strength, not a weakness. Without them you need to compile all kinds of unused drivers into the kernel, causing kernel bloat. To get rid of the extra drivers you need to compile a custom kernel. That's how Linux used to operate before they added module capability to the kernel.


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