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Re: Hints on kernel config for a dula pII/450 system anyone?

From: Gergo Szakal <bastyaelvtars@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 19:37:50 +0200

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Matthew Dillon wrote:
>     Second, I can give you a developer
>     account on leaf.dragonflybsd.org and you can upload the dump, and only
>     other developers with leaf accounts (which is everyone here pretty much)
>     will be able to look at it.  Leaf accounts are available to anyone 
>     doing DragonFly-related work (such as uploading cores), you don't have
>     to be a committer or anything like that.

No, thanks, it just puts extra (burden on your infrastructure which is 
unnecessary, since I can host it on a 100Mbit DF server (where I store 
the pictures of crashes, too) and also on a 100Mbit FreeBSD server - 
buit thank you anyway.

>     Please be aware that kernel dumps may contain sensitive information,
>     such as encrypted passwords.

I do not really care as the system is in testing stage, has only 1 user 
besides root - it is intended to be a firewall, remember. :-)

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