Marcus Furlong wrote:
> "This 'kernel-stripping' was quite a challenge, since we were
> Knoppix, which is KDE. Further, we built right into the kernel as much of
> the system as we could -- Gnome is part of the kernel, in other words. By
> doing that, too, we were able to save a huge amount of space.
It is possible to get userspace code to run in kernel space. I have a
linux mag lying around here with a paper on the subject in it. Dunno if
that's what the above is referring to tho.
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