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Re: SEUL: hardware detection

On Mon, 19 Jan 1998, Rick Jones wrote:

> I'll even help you with it, if you like.  But given that Windoze doesn't
> clean up after it's self when it makes changes, it isn't going to go
> smooth as silk.  You are going to need a lot of test processes.
Win95 loads it's shorts every so often, mashing the registry into nice,
neat metal-filing sized chunks.  EVERYONE gets "Corrupted Registry"
errors...  Now, what do you think Joe Moron will say when he gets a
"Corrupted Registry" error a day or two after he's installed Linux, hmm?
Especially if they know that SEUL uses the registry to understand their
system...  TTYL!

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