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No thanks. You're simply too unpleasant to respond to anymore, and your debate technique is
(I'm frankly not surprised PaX isn't in the kernel if you're always this confrontational,
whatever its technical merits.)
"Stable" kernel 18.104.22.168 released
Posted Jun 18, 2008 13:20 UTC (Wed) by PaXTeam (subscriber, #24616)
the truth isn't always pleasant. neither are strawmen, that seems to be your debate technique
and that didn't work here ;). nevertheless that didn't stop me from responding to you, did it?
i asked you once already, let me repeat that here again: what do you really want from *us*? we
made our point, explained it a dozen times already, what's left for you to do is to check the
facts out for yourself. you said you weren't interested or something like that, then why do
you keep posting irrelevant things?
> (I'm frankly not surprised PaX isn't in the kernel if you're always this
> confrontational, whatever its technical merits.)
i'm frankly not surprised you brought up yet another irrelevant point here. FYI, PaX isn't in
the kernel because, drumroll.... it has *never* been submitted. imagine that! ;) and as a
sidenote, PaX features *are* in the kernel but that's whole different story.
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