Great idea. That way you can free the resident memory that everyone is so
worried about. I can't see how one could complain about something like
> I agree that it is slightly silly kernel bloat, but give the guy a break.
Then make it a CONFIG option itself. It really annoys me when people
complain that something doesn't belong in the kernel because _they_ don't
want it and it makes the kernel bigger. Just answer No to the config
> At least he's not filling the list with I-hate-linux-because-it-doesn't-
> have-silly-feature-X-and-I'm-too-lazy-to-do-it-myself messages. I agree
> that it shouldn't go in the kernel mainstream, but there are places for
> bolt-on patches, and there is clearly an audience for this.
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