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Re: configure script

From: Sami Sihvonen
Subject: Re: configure script
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2002 13:23:51 +0300

(cc: gnu.emacs.bug, address@hidden)

In article <address@hidden>,
address@hidden (Richard Stallman) wrote:

> You can't be "in Linux"; Linux is the kernel, and the kernel does not
> obey user commands.  You are probably talking to a shell, perhaps
> Bash, the GNU Shell.  Is that right?  See
> http://www.gnu.org/gnu/linux-and-gnu.html.

You mean GNU/Linux, not Linux? :-) Really a shame for GNU/Linux
and Linus Torvalds that they don't notice all the efforts made
by GNU-Project and Free Software Foundation. I agree 100% with
the above URL.

Btw, one small GNU Emacs bug to report:

GNU Emacs v20.5 for MS-DOS crashes under Micros~1 Windows 3.11
for Workgroups running default settings. Default settings give too
little memory, Emacs crashes and blames it on Windows kernel.
Solutation is to edit _default.pif memory settings (XMS/EMS 
unlimited setting "-1" works). Maybe there should be emacs.pif
included in distribution at bin-directory to give better default

Sami Sihvonen,
Chief Executive Officer,
Janiika Networks Corporation.

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