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Re: Network modules

In article <d4**********************************@a23g2000hsc. googlegroups.com>,
InuY4sha <in******@gmail.comwrote:
>Your question isn't about the C language, which is what we discuss
here. Assuming the kernel in question is Linux, you should ask in one
of the Linux newsgroups (possibly linux.dev.kernel, but check the
newsgroup first; all I know about it is that it exists).
To the OP: I don't believe-in/support the stuff I am about to write
(after this introductory paragraph). Rather, I am giving you the
position held by the loony regulars of this ng, who strongly resemble
not the scientists that you would expect to find on a Usenet group,
particularly one of a technical bent, but rather, religious fanatics.
That (so I am told) many of the reg posters here are, in fact, religious
nutters in real life, should come as no surprise.
>I don't agree too much... my question is not about syntax in C, that's
true, but it's correlated with C. In any case, the NG linux.dev.kernel
seems to be dead since a long long time ago; What is left to me is a
couple of other groups with really few members. This one is probably
the best chance for me to get some information..
As they have pointed out, what you believe or agree doesn't matter a
whit. They have religious certitude on their side. They are in a
position to tell you what *is*.

Note that certitude is the province of religion, not science.

Jun 27 '08 #1
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